- The Trump administration has reportedly reached a partial trade agreement with China ahead of planned tariff escalations.
- It was unclear if negotiators resolved issues at the heart of a dispute that has roiled both of the largest economies.
- China agreed to increase agricultural purchases and roll back some tariffs as part of the agreement, according to Bloomberg.
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The US reportedly reached a limited trade agreement with China on Friday that would pave the way for resolutions on broader issues later in the year, temporarily defusing a bitter dispute that has roiled the world’s read more >>>