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U.S. Treasury Secretary Looks Forward To Productive Trade Meetings In China

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U.S. Treasury Secretary Looks Forward To Productive Trade Meetings In China

U.S. Treasury Secretary Looks Forward To Productive Trade Meetings In China

According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that he and US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer looked forward to 'productive meetings' as they arrived in Beijin leading a delegation for trade talks with China.

Mnuchin told reporters at a hotel in the Chinese capital, “Ambassador Lighthizer and myself are pleased to be back here in Beijing, and we look forward to productive meetings." On Wednesday, U.S.

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