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President Donald Trump speaks on February 12, 2019 during a Cabinet meeting in the White House Cabinet room in Washington, DC.
US President Donald Trump is considering extending the deadline of March 1 for higher tariffs on Chinese imports by 60 days, Bloomberg said Thursday, citing sources not mentioned.
Trump wondered if the extension should be extended to allow more talk in both directions, Bloomberg added.
A trade delegation led by US Commercial Representative Robert Lighthizer and Finance Minister Steven Mnuchin began high-level talks with Chinese colleagues on Thursday, led by Vice-Premier Liu He.