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US, China should address trade gap, humanity’s shared challenges like coronavirus and climate change, former trade envoy Long Yongtu says

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The world’s two biggest trading nations ought to resume regular dialogue at strategic and operational levels to prevent disputes from spiralling out of control, avoiding the kind of quarrel that led to the ruinous two-year-long US-China trade war, China’s former top trade envoy has said.The United States and China should relaunch their biannual strategic and economic dialogues (SEDs) when president-elect Joe Biden takes office in January to discuss five issues: their trade gap, protection of…

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The world’s two biggest trading nations ought to resume regular dialogue at strategic and operational levels to prevent disputes from spiralling out of control, avoiding the kind of quarrel that led to the ruinous two-year-long US-China trade war, China’s former top trade envoy has said.The United States and China should relaunch their biannual strategic and economic dialogues (SEDs) when president-elect Joe Biden takes office in January to discuss five issues: their trade gap, protection of…

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