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Can a trade war correct China’s economic approach?

Trade tensions are escalating on the transpacific trade as the US seeks to regain the balance of power with China. Other countries are looking for alternative means to reform China’s distorting effect on trade

Talks between the EU, Japan and the US said to have been filled ‘with common concerns, but not much agreement over what to do about them’

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