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Building a Better Deal with China

With Chinese vice premier Liu He coming to Washington, D.C. this week to engage in trade negotiations with his U.S. counterparts, this is an important time to take stock of the U.S.-China relationship, assess the goals of the talks, and chart a pathway forward.

In a new commentary published by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Rhodium’s Daniel Rosen and Freeman Chair in China Studies Senior Adviser Scott Kennedy lay out the choices facing senior Chinese officials as they prepare for two days of trade talks with U.S. counterparts. They explore what is likely to be in a deal with more than a short shelf life.

Read the piece on CSIS. 

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