Lead US negotiator Robert Lighthizer tells the Senate Finance Committee he is a few weeks away from potentially striking a China trade deal, but that big structural issues remain. He said the agreement would run to 110 pages and added: “We have to have real progress, and we have to maintain the right to raise tariffs when there are violations of the agreement.”
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