Thornier trade issues await after initial US-China deal

KEVIN FREKING and PAUL WISEMAN Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Wednesday described an initial trade agreement with China as "righting the wrongs of the past and delivering a future of economic justice and security for American workers, farmers and families." The president was preparing to sign a trade agreement with China that is expected to boost exports from U.S. farmers and manufacturers and ease trade tensions between the two countries going into November's presidential election. For Trump, the White House ceremony gives him the opportunity to cite progress on a top economic priority on the same day that the House votes to send articles of impeachment to the Senate for a trial. Trump and China's chief trade negotiator, Liu He, met at the White House
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