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Just a warm up: China, U.S. sign $9 billion worth of deals amid Trump visit

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China and the U.S. have signed business agreements worth $9 billion at the onset of U.S. President Donald Trump's state visit to Beijing.

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Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang and U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross oversaw the signing of 19 deals worth about 9 billion dollars in areas such as bioscience, aviation and manufacturing, according to China News.

Wang said the deals were just a "warm up" to the "show" on Thursday, when Trump and Chinese leaders are expected to close additional deals.


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