Trump says plans lots of bilateral trade deals with quick termination clauses | Reuters
PHILADELPHIA U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday he would strike numerous bilateral trade deals, as opposed to multilateral accords like the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and they would include clauses to allow a 30-day termination notice.'Believe me, we're going to have a lot of trade deals,' Trump told a gathering of Republican lawmakers
PHILADELPHIA U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday he would strike numerous bilateral trade deals, as opposed to multilateral accords like the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and they would include clauses to allow a 30-day termination notice."Believe me, we're going to have a lot of trade deals," Trump told a gathering of Republican lawmakers. "If that particular country doesn't treat us fairly, we send them a 30-day termination, notice of termination."
(Reporting by Steve Holland; Writing by David Alexander; Editing by Tim Ahmann)
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