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President Joe Biden said that he’s not ready to lift tariffs his predecessor imposed on Chinese imports, despite calls from U.S. businesses to relieve the duties.
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai is “working on that right now,” Biden said at a news conference Wednesday marking his first year in office. But “the answer is uncertain,” he added.