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This week, President Trump amplified U.S. trade pressure on China, and President Xi Jinping wasted little time in retaliating with tariffs on U.S. exports.
Tariffs imposed several months ago put the two countries in danger of getting a skinned knee, but this new round could leave bruises.
Until we see signs that China is willing to address core intellectual property and technology transfer accusations, the trade war is likely to continue.
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