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Grassley: Administration should not pull out of U.S.-China deal

May 19, 2020
As long as China continues to make a good-faith effort to make good on its promises in its phase-one agreement with the U.S., including agricultural purchases, the Trump administration should not pull out of the deal, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) said on Tuesday, arguing that Beijing should be given leeway because of the pandemic-related economic downturn. As far as he’s concerned, Grassley said, China has been attempting to “abide by the agreement.” “There wouldn’t be any reason...

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