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US-China trade war hits third anniversary, with no sign of Joe Biden easing economic pressure

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Three years after the US and China began a tit-for-tat trade war, the tariffs imposed by the Trump administration remain in place on most Chinese goods, and bilateral tensions have extended beyond trade to encompass a range of geopolitical and human rights issues under US President Joe Biden.Since the signing of the phase one deal in January last year, Beijing has repeatedly urged the US to roll back its punitive tariffs on Chinese products and called on the American business community to help…

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Three years after the US and China began a tit-for-tat trade war, the tariffs imposed by the Trump administration remain in place on most Chinese goods, and bilateral tensions have extended beyond trade to encompass a range of geopolitical and human rights issues under US President Joe Biden.Since the signing of the phase one deal in January last year, Beijing has repeatedly urged the US to roll back its punitive tariffs on Chinese products and called on the American business community to help…

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