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Coronavirus row won’t kill US-China trade deal, even as tensions rise, one of phase one’s top US negotiators says

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]While US-China tensions “are at a higher point” than ever before, one of the architects of the phase one trade deal does not believe the beleaguered accord is on the verge of collapse.Pressure continues to mount on the deal, which only entered force in February having been signed a month earlier, with attacks on its content, feasibility and desirability raining in from both Beijing and Washington with increasing regularity.And while the superpower relationship has soured dramatically since…

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While US-China tensions “are at a higher point” than ever before, one of the architects of the phase one trade deal does not believe the beleaguered accord is on the verge of collapse.Pressure continues to mount on the deal, which only entered force in February having been signed a month earlier, with attacks on its content, feasibility and desirability raining in from both Beijing and Washington with increasing regularity.And while the superpower relationship has soured dramatically since…

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