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US-China relations: is there still a trade war under Joe Biden’s presidency?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]How did the trade war start?During his 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump promised to reduce the trade deficit with China. He claimed it was based in large part on unfair Chinese trading practices, including intellectual property theft, forced technology transfers, a lack of market access for American companies in China, and an uneven playing field caused by Beijing’s subsidies for favoured Chinese companies.China, meanwhile, believed that the United States was trying to restrict its rise…

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How did the trade war start?During his 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump promised to reduce the trade deficit with China. He claimed it was based in large part on unfair Chinese trading practices, including intellectual property theft, forced technology transfers, a lack of market access for American companies in China, and an uneven playing field caused by Beijing’s subsidies for favoured Chinese companies.China, meanwhile, believed that the United States was trying to restrict its rise…

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