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‘Mountain of mistrust’ blocking US-China interim trade deal

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]A lack of trust between Beijing and Washington is hampering the conclusion of an interim trade deal, with China doubting whether it can rely on any agreement with President Donald Trump and the US unconvinced Beijing will deliver on promised reforms, according to former US government officials.Christopher Hill, former US assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs, said that both nations recognised the need to get the “phase one” deal done, but he warned that both had “a…

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A lack of trust between Beijing and Washington is hampering the conclusion of an interim trade deal, with China doubting whether it can rely on any agreement with President Donald Trump and the US unconvinced Beijing will deliver on promised reforms, according to former US government officials.Christopher Hill, former US assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs, said that both nations recognised the need to get the “phase one” deal done, but he warned that both had “a…

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