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US-China trade war: overdue talks restart on Biden’s watch, but analysts ask if real progress can be made

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The first trade talks between China and the administration of US President Joe Biden should be viewed as a positive step forward in a frosty global economic environment, but their resumption after a nine-month hiatus is unlikely to lead to steps to end the nearly three-year-old trade war, at least in the near term, according to analysts.Both Beijing and Washington confirmed in statements on Thursday morning that Vice-Premier Liu He and US Trade Representative (USTR) Katherine Tai had, in the…

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The first trade talks between China and the administration of US President Joe Biden should be viewed as a positive step forward in a frosty global economic environment, but their resumption after a nine-month hiatus is unlikely to lead to steps to end the nearly three-year-old trade war, at least in the near term, according to analysts.Both Beijing and Washington confirmed in statements on Thursday morning that Vice-Premier Liu He and US Trade Representative (USTR) Katherine Tai had, in the…

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