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Day ahead – Nov. 11, 2019: Trump disputes tariff deal, China pork prices, Sugar agreements

Trump says no deal yet on tariffs or Phase One agreement with China; Pork prices continue to boost China consumer inflation; DOJ seeks stay of sugar order re: Mexico

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President Donald Trump disputed claims by China that the US has agreed to a phased removal of tariffs as part of a Phase One trade deal. Meanwhile, a surge in pork prices is continuing to boost Chinese inflation and the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a motion at the US Court of International Trade to stay a ruling vacating US-Mexico sugar suspension agreements.


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