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The U.S. and China, at their July 19 Comprehensive Economic Dialogue, discussed a one-year economic plan that could cover a range of trade and macroeconomic topics including services, high-tech trade and investment, according to a Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman and a Chinese official quoted by China’s state-run outlet Xinhua.

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