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Can Washington narrow its trade deficit with Beijing in 100 days?

April 8, 2017, South China Morning Post

Timothy Stratford is quoted in a South China Morning Post article regarding plans between China and the U.S. to tackle trade disputes over a three month period. According to Stratford, concrete results such as greater China access for U.S. companies could be short-lived and reversed if relations soured. One option for attaining something of far-reaching significance, Stratford says, could be sealing the Bilateral Investment Treaty. “What has been missing on the Chinese side is the will to make tough decisions as well as confidence that the U.S. side was ready to sit down and deal.”

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