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U.S.-China Trade Booms as If Virus, Tariffs Never Happened

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  • China buying more farm goods; U.S. consumer demand strong
  • U.S. imports are ‘through the roof,’ retail federation says

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China and the U.S. are shipping goods to each other at the briskest pace in years, making the world’s largest bilateral trade relationship look as if the protracted tariff war and pandemic never happened.