Sino/US Trade Talks Collapsed Over Unacceptable Trump Regime Demands

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Sino/US Trade Talks Collapsed Over Unacceptable Trump Regime Demands

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Sino/US differences are more irreconcilable now than when trade talks began a year ago, according to international relations expert/Chinese State Council advisor Shi Yinhong, adding:

Hardline US demands got Beijing to believe "no deal is better than a bad deal," the Trump regime demanding "enormous, even hundreds" of changes to Chinese law to protect intellectual property.

Beijing rejects US heavy-handed scrutiny and other unacceptable actions violating its sovereign rights, along with stiff penalties for violating what the Trump regime demands, no penalties for US breaches suggested.

As things now stand following the breakdown in talks weeks earlier, "China and the US have fundamentally contradictory attitudes as to what would be a good deal," Shi explained.

Things have "become
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