US and China Discuss Trump-Era Tariffs Biden May Ease

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Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He discussed US economic sanctions and tariffs amid reports President Joe Biden is close to rolling back some of the trade levies imposed by the Trump administration. Bruce Einhorn reports on Bloomberg Television.

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