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US-China trade: who will ‘targeted tariff-exclusion process’ help more, Chinese factories or American buyers?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Some factories and industries in China will benefit from the Biden administration’s upcoming “targeted tariff-exclusion process”, but US policy is still more focused on supporting American companies than it is on strengthening bilateral trade, according to analysts.In a speech on Monday outlining Washington’s vision for trade ties with China, US Trade Representative (USTR) Katherine Tai also said that the Biden administration will “keep open the potential for additional exclusion processes”, as…

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Some factories and industries in China will benefit from the Biden administration’s upcoming “targeted tariff-exclusion process”, but US policy is still more focused on supporting American companies than it is on strengthening bilateral trade, according to analysts.In a speech on Monday outlining Washington’s vision for trade ties with China, US Trade Representative (USTR) Katherine Tai also said that the Biden administration will “keep open the potential for additional exclusion processes”, as…

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