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Will Likely See Tariff Truce Extension Says, Former Deputy USTR Veroneau

February 11, 2019, Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

John Veroneau discussed the U.S.-China trade negotiations and what would be needed to make a deal. He speaks on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia. Regarding a delay in U.S. imposed tariffs on China, he says, “I don’t think it’s inevitable, but I think it’s likely.”

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