US President Donald Trump announced a substantial phase one deal in October, but an agreement has yet to be signed with China as differences remain. Photo: AFPUS President Donald Trump announced a substantial phase one deal in October, but an agreement has yet to be signed with China as differences remain. Photo: AFP
US President Donald Trump announced a substantial phase one deal in October, but an agreement has yet to be signed with China as differences remain. Photo: AFP

Phase one trade deal could spur growth, benefit Asian financial markets in 2020, Credit Suisse says

  • US-China trade deal would resolve ‘negative implications’ that have weighed on manufacturing, according to Credit Suisse’s John Woods
  • Woods sees 2020 as a year of ‘resilience’ and constructive backdrop for Asian markets
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US President Donald Trump announced a substantial phase one deal in October, but an agreement has yet to be signed with China as differences remain. Photo: AFPUS President Donald Trump announced a substantial phase one deal in October, but an agreement has yet to be signed with China as differences remain. Photo: AFP
US President Donald Trump announced a substantial phase one deal in October, but an agreement has yet to be signed with China as differences remain. Photo: AFP
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