Trump says he’ll delay tariffs on China a day after China removed some of its own — but ‘it does not mean an end to the trade war’

Trump tweeted on Wednesday evening that he would be delaying tariffs on China by two weeks, in October.  The tariffs were scheduled to come into effect October 1 and would be 30% levy on $250 billion worth of Chinese goods. The delay comes just a day after China removed some of its own tariffs on 16 American exports.    View Markets Insider’s homepage for more stories. 

Trump announced on Twitter on Wednesday evening

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