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USA and China start trade talks

China’s Vice Premier Liu He and US Trade Representative Katherine Tai began talks on Saturday in an effort to settle trade disputes between the two countries. Both sides “expressed their core concerns” and “agreed to resolve each other’s legitimate concerns through consultations,” state news agency Xinhua reported after the two exchanged video. It is the second time the negotiators have spoken. Liu and Tai last exchanged views on economic and trade issues in a phone call in May.

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