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2019-07-03 11:30:00

U.S., CHINA TENSIONS

U.S., CHINA TENSIONS

PLATTS - President Trump's decision to postpone the levying of additional tariffs on Chinese imports marks a positive development for the US oil and gas industry, but more needs to be done to resolve the adverse impacts that have already occurred as a result of the ongoing trade war, industry advocates said.

"We are encouraged to see progress in US-China trade negotiations," Aaron Padilla, American Petroleum Institute's senior advisor for international policy, said in a statement.

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U.S., CHINA TENSIONS
2019, July, 1, 11:25:00
U.S., CHINA TRADE: $300 BLN
The re-opening of trade negotiations between the US and China also opens the door for the easing of trade tensions and potential removal of tariffs on a range of commodities including LNG, LPG, soybeans, metals and petrochemicals.
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2019, June, 27, 18:25:00
CHINA'S IMPORTS TO U.S. : $300 BLN
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U.S., CHINA TENSIONS
2019, June, 27, 18:10:00
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U.S., CHINA TENSIONS
2019, June, 26, 14:00:00
U.S. OIL TO CHINA UP
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U.S., CHINA TENSIONS
2019, June, 25, 12:50:00
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U.S., CHINA TENSIONS
2019, June, 24, 12:10:00
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U.S., CHINA TENSIONS
2019, June, 21, 09:35:00
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2021, May, 13, 17:20:00
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