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Bank of Singapore: US asks the impossible

According to Bank of Singapore, recent trade talks between the US and China involved the former asking for the “impossible”, which included cutting the trading surplus from US$387 billion to US$200 billion while protecting intellectual property, ending industrial subsidies and refraining from retaliation. The bank believes that China will focus on two major tactics in these negotiations: using the threat of…

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