Are China-U.S. trade relations finally moving in a positive direction?

Published on Jul 14, 2019
China-U.S. trade talks have returned to normal after a two-month hiatus. Will a truce be signed after the U.S. decided to suspend new tariffs, ease certain export restrictions on Huawei, and exempt 110 Chinese products from the 25-percent tariff imposed one year ago? Will the 12th round of trade negotiations be any more productive and lead to a full lift of the tariffs that the Chinese government insists should be eliminated? And what remaining questions need to be resolved for better bilateral relations overall?

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