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U.S., Chinese leaders likely to meet in November to ease trade friction 

All papers reported over the weekend on a Wall Street Journal story claiming that arrangements are underway for President Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi to hold a meeting in November to discuss the escalated trade friction between their two nations. The proposed summit, which is reportedly intended to set forth a roadmap for easing the trade friction, could take place either on the margins of the APEC leaders’ meeting in Papua New Guinea or on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Argentina. 

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