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US, China negotiation back at the table to end trade war amid BRI spat

Trump has already increased the tariffs on over $250 billion Chinese exports to the US and threatened to extend it on $200 billion Chinese imports to 25 per cent

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China and the US on Friday resumed their negotiations to end the trade war amid a bitter spat between them over Beijing’s trillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) projects which Washington said have national security element and less of an economic offer for host countries.Top US and Chinese trade officials have been holding a series of talks to end the tariff war between the world’s two largest economies, kicked off by US President Donald Trump last year who demanding Beijing to reduce the $375 billion trade deficit, protection of intellectual property rights (IPR) technology transfer and more access
to American goods

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First Published: Mar 30 2019 | 12:43 AM IST

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