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Cummins CEO hopes China trade truce helps end tariffs

UNITED STATES — The CEO of engine maker Cummins, which gets 10 percent of its revenue from China, revealed his hopes and fears about the U.S.-China trade truce, reported Market Watch.

The two countries have agreed to a 90-day cease-fire on new tariffs to allow negotiations to take place.

When asked about how the Trump administration should approach this 90-day period, Chief Executive Tom Linebarger responded: “We should be thinking about pragmatic market access.”

“What can we do to increase practical market access for American businesses in China, and what can we get [China] to practically stop doing, as just unfair practices?” he said.

Read the full article at Market Watch.

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