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US exports to China may grow by up to $90bn as trade war averted

Agriculture, especially beef; energy, primarily LNG; and non-hi-tech manufactured goods are expected to benefit, Morgan Stanley Research says

Potential surge of imports from US to China may put pressure on competitors, such as Brazil for beef, and Australia and Qatar for LNG

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