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China, US hold economic talks as trade issues heat up on the campaign trail


( ) -q-27- UNDATED (Correspondent Jeremy House) “China if elected.”

Chinese and U.S. officials have met in Beijing for talks on tough issues dividing the two largest economies.

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TAG: Correspondent Jeremy House reporting.

VERBATIM: China’s Ministry of Finance said Beijing raised objections to higher tariffs on Chinese exports, two-way investment restrictions and other limits on trade and technology. The U.S. Treasury Department said U.S. officials reiterated concerns over Chinese industrial policy practices and overcapacity, and the resulting impact on U.S. workers and firms. Former President Donald Trump has vowed to sharply raise tariffs on China if elected.

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