<img src = "https://fm.cnbc.com/applications/cnbc.com/resources/img/editorial/2019/02/15/105743457-1550268714263gettyimages-1124999593.530×298.jpeg?v=1551297634" bottom = "US Trade Representative Robert Lighthouse (L) is listening to the Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yeung when they favor a group photo at the State Dormition House in Beijing on February 15, 2019. AFP | Getty Images  US Trade Representative Robert Lighthouse (L) listens to the Chinese Vice Premier Liu Ying when they speak for a group photo at the State Pension Diaoyutai in Beijing on February 15, 2019. Trade Representative Robert Lightgiz he said on Wednesday that the United States are working to formally abandon plans to raise tariffs on Chinese goods from 10 to 25 percent, reports the Wall Street Journal.
He also testified that "there is still much to be done before reaching an agreement, and after
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