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Hope for US-China trade deal? Chinese firms inquire about US agricultural prices, report says, after Trump delays new tariffs


Added 09-12-19 06:29:01am EST - “A top Chinese official on Thursday told a weekly news briefing that companies in the country have been inquiring about the prices for U.S. soybeans and pork in what could be a positive sign during trade negotiations.” - Foxnews.com

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A top Chinese official said Thursday that companies in the country have been inquiring about the prices for U.S. soybeans and pork in what could be a positive sign during trade negotiations.

Gao Feng, spokesman for the Chinese Commerce Ministry, appeared to voice optimism about upcoming negotiations in Washington, saying at a weekly news briefing he hoped "both countries will create favorable conditions" to go forward, according to Reuters.

Hours earlier, President Trump announced on Twitter that he decided to delay -- for two weeks -- another round of tariffs increases on Chinese imports. He called his decision a goodwill gesture.

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