U.S., China Leave Room to Talk

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Jul.26 — The U.S. and China left open the possibility of a summit between their presidents, despite a contentious day of talks between officials from both sides. Washington says it’s still considering the option of a face-to-face meeting. Bloomberg’s Colum Murphy reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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