Scepticism warranted in another Phase One U.S., China trade deal

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Opinion

If you think you may experiencing déjà vu on the U.S. and China Phase One deal, completed in principle, then you are not alone. Whether last May, September, October or today — any deal with China has been elusive. On CNBC Friday afternoon, national economic advisor Larry Kudlow was asked if Americans can believe the deal is actually completed — he answered by saying, “you really should believe it this time.” For farmers in the U.S., 2019 has been a very challenging year for markets, weather, and profitability. They’ve also feared longer-term market losses in China, and having to rely…

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