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Joe Biden faces pressure to separate China trade policy from Donald Trump’s in US election

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]As voters in the United States prepare for the presidential election on November 3, the South China Morning Post is exploring the potential ramifications for China. The second part of the series looks at how the potential China trade policy of Joe Biden would differ from that of Donald Trump. You can read the first part of the series here.At the start of August, a Joe Biden presidential campaign aide rushed to clarify comments the candidate gave in an interview with National Public Radio, which…

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As voters in the United States prepare for the presidential election on November 3, the South China Morning Post is exploring the potential ramifications for China. The second part of the series looks at how the potential China trade policy of Joe Biden would differ from that of Donald Trump. You can read the first part of the series here.At the start of August, a Joe Biden presidential campaign aide rushed to clarify comments the candidate gave in an interview with National Public Radio, which…

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