US-China trade deal delivering despite coronavirus

foxbusiness The U.S. and China have begun delivering on their commitments under a phase one trade deal despite global turmoil from the COVID-19 pandemic.

⁣The accord between the world’s two largest economies, which conducted $559 billion worth of commerce last year, calmed trade tensions in January and was expected to boost U.S. gross domestic product by at least a half percentage point and create a million jobs. Despite the virus-induced slowdown since, growers and business leaders remain upbeat about its payoffs.