China agreed to buy about US$200 billion (S$269 billion) worth of US goods over a two-year period, including almost doubling agricultural purchases to US$40 billion. Much of the deal is for the benefit of farmers, but China also made concessions on intellectual property, access to financial services, and forced technology transfers.
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