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Asia | 21 May 2018 China's $200B Offer is Long-run Unviable, Short-run Problematic
China reportedly has offered President Trump a $200B reduction in its annual trade surplus with the U.S., engineered by increasing imports of American products, among other steps.

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21 May 2018 China's $200B Offer is Long-run Unviable, Short-run Problematic

By Freya Beamish

China reportedly has offered President Trump a $200B reduction in its annual trade surplus with the U.S., engineered by increasing imports of American products, among other steps.

Posted: 20th May 2018 in 'Asia'

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