Expert: Trade dispute hurts China and U.S., also global economy

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U.S. #Trade Representative Katherine Tai has said she intends to have “frank” conversations with her counterpart in China in the coming days and discuss progress made under the phase one trade agreement. CGTN spoke to two experts about the trade war between #China and the U.S.

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