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Bengaluru — Emerging-market shares fell on Wednesday as worries over the US-China trade conflict resurfaced. Currencies in the developing world mostly weakened as the dollar gained.

President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that the US had a long way to go to conclude a trade deal with China and could impose tariffs on another $325bn worth of Chinese goods if it thought they were necessary...

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