President said potential delay was justified as deal ‘must be the biggest in history’

President Donald Trump conceded that he would delay planned increases in import duties on $200bn (£155bn) of Chinese goods if there is progress in trade talks in Washington next week.

Appearing to soften his demand for talks to conclude before the 1 March, Trump said there could be a 30- or 60-day extension, should negotiators get closer to a deal.

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