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Editorial: Why does Trump undervalue trade?

Win a small tariff battle, lose the trade war. That's our Midwestern perspective on President Donald Trump's antagonistic, suspicious approach to global trade.

After a yearlong confrontation, Trump's negotiators appear to be moving toward a deal with China that would lower some barriers to entry for American exports and include some big Chinese purchases of U.S.

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