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The Trump administration has reportedly considered a plan to offer China a deal, according to Bloomberg.
Under the agreement, the US would remove some of its punishing tariffs on Chinese goods.
In return, China would commit to increased farm purchases and changes to intellectual property rules.
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The Trump administration has reportedly considered a plan to offer China a deal that would include a rollback of some tariffs, potentially defusing tensions in a more than yearlong trade war that has rattled the world’s largest economies.

Bloomberg reported Thursday that under the agreement, the US would remove some of its punishing tariffs on Chinese goods in return for commitments on increased farm purchases and changes to intellectual property rules.

The White House did not immediately respond to an email requesting comment.

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