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The \"phase one\" U.S.-China trade deal will nearly double U.S. exports to China over the next two years and is \"totally done\" despite the need for translation and revisions to its text, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said on Sunday.\n \n
China has suspended additional tariffs on some U.S. goods that were meant to be implemented on Dec. 15, the State Council\'s customs tariff commission said on Sunday, after the world\'s two largest economies agreed a \"phase one\" trade deal on Friday.\n \n
Trade union Verdi called for workers at a key Amazon logistics center in Germany to go on strike over the crucial final shopping days before Christmas, demanding better pay and conditions for workers there.\n \n
Telenor reiterated on Sunday Huawei would be involved in building Norway\'s 5G network along with Ericsson , one of several companies to continue working with the Chinese company despite U.S. pressure.\n \n
Saudi Aramco shares gained for a third consecutive day on Sunday, rising 1.63{eb9bd1ee7d62167073efbcf2332be1ebf922251dea5795334caad5602b4f045b} to 37.4 Saudi riyal ($9.97), pushing the company\'s value back toward the $2 trillion level it topped last week.\n \n
Tens of trillions of global investment dollars are pouring into companies touting robust environmental, social and governance credentials. Now short-sellers spy an opportunity.\n \n
California Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday rejected a bankruptcy reorganization plan submitted by PG&E Corp , the state\'s largest investor-owned utility, saying its proposal fails to meet the requirements of a recently enacted wildfire law.\n \n
Daimler\'s main China joint venture partner BAIC Group has set in motion a plan to double its stake to around 10{eb9bd1ee7d62167073efbcf2332be1ebf922251dea5795334caad5602b4f045b} and win a board seat in the German luxury car maker, as it aims to upstage rival Geely, two sources told Reuters.\n \n
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Saturday a \"phase one\" trade deal between the United States and China was \"very good\" for global economic growth, and added that the second phase could come in several steps.\n \n
(This Dec. 13 story corrects title of Eller to legislative, not executive, director, paragraph 18)\n \n


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