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Article Date: January 2019
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U.S.-China Trade Talks Suggest Modest Progress


As the first round of talks between mid-level officials to resolve the trade war concluded, reports suggested China had agreed to purchase significantly more U.S. agricultural, industrial and energy goods but there were few specifics on how this would be verified and enforced and little progress on the deeper issues that divide the two countries over intellectual property rights transfers and China’s industrial policies that are seen as threats to the U.S. Another round of talks is expected to take place before the end of the month involving higher level officials that is aimed at addressing some of the more ... Log in to view full article.

 


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