U.S.-China Relationship Will Not Change Much in the Short Term under Biden, Baucus Says

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  • Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “U.S.-China Relationship Will Not Change Much in the Short Term under Biden, Baucus Says” – below is their description.

    Nov.27 — Max Baucus, the former U.S. Ambassador to China and Senator from Montana, joins Taylor Riggs and Vonnie Quinn on the Bloomberg Markets: The Close and says the U.S.-China relationship will not change very much in the short term in the next administration as President-Elect Biden focuses on the domestic economy.

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