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The U.S.' hardening line toward China takes many forms

December 05, 2017 at 7:59 AM
This past week provided some timely reminders, with NAFTA talks between sessions and the World Trade Organization downplaying likely results from its upcoming Buenos Aires ministerial, that China is never very far from the center of trade-policy action. With Washington’s attention turned to the Senate version of tax reform, the trade agenda at ties seemed lighter than the recent usual. But, then again, there’s China. In short: Taking a seemingly tougher stance toward China trade, the U.S. self-initiated what it...

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