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Opinion: China-U.S. Relations: No Big Bumps With Trump

By Zha Daojiong
Beijing and Washington see it in their mutual interests to keep their bilateral relationship on a stable and predictable path under new U.S. President Donald Trump. Above, President Xi Jinping meets Trump in April at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in southeast Florida, the first face-to-face meeting between the two. Photo: Xinhua News Agency
Beijing and Washington see it in their mutual interests to keep their bilateral relationship on a stable and predictable path under new U.S. President Donald Trump. Above, President Xi Jinping meets Trump in April at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in southeast Florida, the first face-to-face meeting between the two. Photo: Xinhua News Agency

Relations between China and the United States under the Donald Trump presidency have appeared to proceed with very few real glitches. The U.S. has maintained its “One China” policy. Beijing and Washington came up with a 100-day plan to address differences over trade and investment issues. The two sides are not openly quarreling about dealing with North Korea under the United Nations framework. And the United States sent a delegation to China’s “Belt and Road” forum in early May.

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