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The Trump administration seems to be having second thoughts today on the wisdom of its latest tariffs in its trade war with China. James Politi in Washington reports the White House is considering rolling back levies on $112bn of Chinese imports — including flatscreen monitors — that were introduced at a 15 per cent rate on September 1.