Kudlow says U.S. expects China to start purchasing crops very soon

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – White House adviser Larry Kudlow said on Thursday the United States expects to start purchasing crops and U.S. agricultural products soon and noted that trade talks between the two countries are ongoing.

The United States and China agreed last month to restart trade talks that stalled in May. President Donald Trump agreed not to impose new tariffs and U.S. officials said China agreed to make agricultural purchases, but those have not yet materialized.

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