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Nov 21, 2018 07:43 PM
ECONOMY

U.S. Accuses China of Failing to Alter Trade Practices Ahead of Leaders’ Meeting

Dock workers wait for containers at Qingdao Port in Shandong province on Nov. 8. Photo: VCG
Dock workers wait for containers at Qingdao Port in Shandong province on Nov. 8. Photo: VCG

* Accusations made in latest update to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative’s March report on China’s trade practices

* Ongoing Sino-U.S. trade tensions since March report have increased uncertainty about both China’s and the wider world’s economic growth in 2019

(Beijing) — Just over a week before the leaders of China and the U.S. meet at the G-20 summit, the White House has accused Beijing of continuing to support forced technology transfers, corporate espionage and cybercrime — key points of contention in the ongoing trade war.

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