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China and the U.S. Agree to Push Forward Trade, Investment Ties

  • This is third call in as many weeks between senior officials
  • U.S. trade chief also held talks with Taiwan Thursday
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WATCH: The Chinese and U.S. Commerce chiefs agreed to push forward trade and investment links in their first call since the start of the Biden administration. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Commerce ministers from China and the U.S. agreed to push forward trade and investment links in their first call since the start of the Biden administration, with Washington seeking a more level playing field.