US-China trade war: Trump shrugs off concerns

The White House says it expects more talks with Beijing in September to negotiate the 'right deal'.

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    US President Donald Trump has shrugged off fears of a protracted trade war with China.

    He says investments are flooding into the United States and that the economy is strong.

    Trump made the comments a day after the US Treasury accused China of currency manipulation.

    Al Jazeera's Kimberly Halkett reports.


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