Trump threatens to call off US-China trade deal on Covid-19 fallout

By William Clarke
Published: Tuesday, 05 May 2020

US President Donald Trump is threatening to abandon a preliminary trade deal leading to an easing of trade tensions with China, citing the Covid-19 virus.

On April 30 Trump said a trade agreement signed in January between the United States and China was "secondary to what took place with the virus."

And during an interview with Fox news on May 3, Trump laid the blame for the virus...

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