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US eyeing tariffs on $200B of Chinese goods | Money Talks

US President Donald Trump said his government could impose tariffs on close to half a trillion dollars of Chinese goods. Meanwhile, key issues continued to jeopardise efforts to update the North American Free Trade Agreement. That could result in the US proceeding with a deal with Mexico, leaving Canada in the cold. Patrick Fok has more from Hong Kong, and Max Wolff, chief economist at Phoenix Group, joins the discussion. #MoneyTalks #China #UStariffs

China promises further cuts to import tariffs | Money Talks

China promises further cuts to import tariffs | Money Talks

China promises to open up parts of its economy | Money Talks

China promises to open up parts of its economy | Money Talks

US, Mexico, Canada sign new free trade deal | Money Talks

US, Mexico, Canada sign new free trade deal | Money Talks

Canada joins Mexico, US in replacing NAFTA | Money Talks

Canada joins Mexico, US in replacing NAFTA | Money Talks

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