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The Trump administration’s move to block two Chinese-owned technology companies from operating in the U.S. for national security reasons will end up harming the U.S.’ own interests, China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs claimed on Friday.

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President Trump on Thursday made six trade-related promises to be filled in his next term, cast former Vice President Joe Biden as a “callous” globalist who will not protect American jobs and promised to sign “something” in the next week that “will have a tremendous impact on fairness and trade.”

President Trump’s phase-one deal with Beijing is one of several mistakes made by the Trump administration in its dealings with China that are costing Americans on a daily basis, Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee for president, said this week.

Korean Trade Minister Yoo Myung-hee, a candidate to lead the World Trade Organization, says she knows how to close a trade deal. With the biggest trade deal of them all -- the World Trade Organization -- on the brink, Yoo believes the only way forward is to prove the beleaguered institution can build on successes on its way to reform.

U.S. exports were $13.6 billion higher in June than in May, outpacing an increase in imports of $9.5 billion, according to Census Bureau data released on Wednesday.

A progressive approach to U.S.-China relations would mean coupling “defensive” actions against Beijing’s economic policies with “offensive” measures to make American companies stronger, a key Capitol Hill trade policy staffer said Wednesday.

The United States discriminating against TikTok because it is owned by a Chinese company runs afoul of World Trade Organization rules, a Chinese spokesman claimed on Tuesday, arguing the U.S.’ expansive definition of “national security” subjects foreign companies to politically-motivated restrictions.

Republican Reps. Darin LaHood (IL) and Anthony Gonzalez (OH) on Tuesday argued that World Trade Organization reform is necessary for taking on China and holding the country accountable for unfair trade practices.