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Mnuchin says U.S-China talks show 'good faith' by Beijing

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By Robert Schroeder


Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Monday he takes it as a sign of "good faith" by China that officials will restart trade talks with their U.S. counterparts. Officials are expected to begin discussions in early October and Mnuchin told Fox Business Network that his objective is getting a good deal for American workers and companies. President Donald Trump is willing to continue with tariffs on Chinese goods if there's no deal, Mnuchin added. Separately, Mnuchin told the network he didn't see signs of a U.S. recession. The Treasury chief made his comments before the start of regular trading, as U.S. stock futures /zigman2/quotes/210407078/delayed YM00 -0.15% were pointing up.

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