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Trump to Talk Trade, North Korea With Xi

By Qing Ying and Fran Wang
U.S. Ambassador to China Terry Branstad (pictured) told reporters that U.S. President Donald Trump would be pushing for American companies to have greater access to Chinese markets. “What we really want is for American companies to have the same access here in China as Chinese companies have in the United States,” he said. Photo: Visual China
U.S. Ambassador to China Terry Branstad (pictured) told reporters that U.S. President Donald Trump would be pushing for American companies to have greater access to Chinese markets. “What we really want is for American companies to have the same access here in China as Chinese companies have in the United States,” he said. Photo: Visual China

Trade, market access and North Korea will be at the top of President Donald Trump’s agenda when he meets his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in Beijing this week, Terry Branstad, the U.S. ambassador to China said.

Talks about “free, fair and reciprocal trade” will be a “very important part” of President Trump’s three-day trip, which begins on Wednesday, Washington’s top diplomat in Beijing told a small group of Chinese reporters on Monday.

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