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Trade deal no panacea for rocky U.S. relations with China

Reuters Thursday, 16 January 2020
From Huawei to the South China Sea, deep political rifts between Beijing and Washington are set to persist, despite a trade relations breakthrough, as the United States pushes back against an increasingly powerful and assertive China.
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