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Vietnam and the United States signed a raft of energy and aviation deals Sunday during a visit to Hanoi by US president Donald Trump who railed against Washington's yawning trade deficit with the fast-growing nation. Trump was in the communist capital at the tail end of his swing through Asia where he has promoted his "America First" mantra on global trade, prioritising "fair" bilateral deals over sprawling multilateral pacts. National carrier Vietnam Airlines signed a deal worth $1.5 billion for engines and support services from US firm Pratt & Whitney, which the airline said would boost US-Vietnam ties.
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