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China could be exposed in trade war as US allies choose compromise

September 19, 2018, South China Morning Post

Timothy Stratford is quoted in the South China Morning Post regarding current trade tension between the U.S. and China. Mr. Stratford points to systemic differences between the two countries as a point of contention. He says, “Now that this new round of tariffs is being imposed by both sides, the most realistic goal for our countries to focus on next would be to agree on a moratorium on any further sanctions – so that each side has a chance to evaluate the impact of the existing tariffs and consider the best path forward. This would probably require them to agree on a process, agenda, and time frame for negotiations in the systemic issues.”

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