US team in Beijing for trade talks after IMF 'storm' warning
Tuesday, 12 February 2019 Beijing (AFP) Feb 11, 2019
US negotiators met with their Chinese counterparts in Beijing Monday for a new round of high-stakes trade talks, hoping to reach a deal before the March 1 deadline set by Donald Trump as the IMF warned of a possible global economic "storm". Preliminary discussions had been expected to start on Monday, according to the White House, before US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury
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