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Any U.S.-China Deal in March Won't Resolve Structural Issues, LSE Says

Any U.S.-China Deal in March Won't Resolve Structural Issues, LSE Says



Mar.01 — Stephanie Rickard, associate professor of political science at The London School of Economics, and Alberto Gallo, portfolio manager at Algebris Investments, discuss trade negotiations between the U.S. and China. They speak on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Author Since: Sep 20, 2018

  1. US expects China to change its structural economic policy because US is at the disadvantage. China can tell the US to copy China's structural issues instead and there is no reason for China to dismantle it policies which have lifted millions of its citizen out of poverty.