US treasury secretary to lead trade talks with China
WASHINGTON: US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will lead trade talks with China due to take place on Thursday and Friday as the countries try to head off a trade war.
"These meetings are a continuation of the talks held in Beijing two weeks ago and will focus on rebalancing the United States ...
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