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Chamber: Tariffs, enforcement still loom large over U.S.-China talks

April 2, 2019
As high-level U.S.-China trade talks resume in Washington this week, negotiators will continue to grapple with two key issues: the removal of tariffs and an enforcement and monitoring mechanism, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Speaking to reporters on Tuesday, Myron Brilliant, Chamber executive vice president and head of international affairs, said the issues would “make or break” an agreement, with talks entering “endgame.” Negotiators were also still working on some issues related to technology transfer, he said. “This...

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