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Despite Truce, No End in Sight for the U.S.-China Trade War

July 1, 2019, World Economic Forum

Timothy Stratford is quoted in the World Economic Forum regarding a potential trade agreement between the U.S. and China by the end of 2019. Mr. Stratford says, “The business community is very pleased that they are going back to the negotiating table … and that additional tariffs are going to be postponed for the time being. What we are most concerned about is all the remaining uncertainty.” He adds, “National security and trade policy are different fields, with different rationales and goals they are trying to achieve. Mixing them together can really complicate things. They both need to be addressed in parallel, because they impact each other, but you have to keep them separate.”

 

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