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White House Says China Trade Talks to Resume In Washington Next Week
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9 May 2018 06:14 AM EST

On Monday, the White House said that China’s top economic official will visit Washington next week to resume trade talks with the Trump administration. The announcement comes after discussions in Beijing last week yielded no agreement on a long list of U.S. trade demands. Trump’s administration has threatened to impose tariffs on up to $150 billion of Chinese import goods over allegations that Beijing misappropriates U.S. technology. A statement from China said that "handling trade issues through consultations served the interests of both countries, as well as of the world."

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