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USTR says Tai, UK trade chief to continue efforts to curb China’s non-market practices By Reuters


© Reuters. FILEPHOTO: U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai appears before the Senate Finance Committee at Capitol Hill, Washington, U.S.A, on May 12, 2021. Pete Marovich/Pool via REUTERS


WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai and her new British counterpart agreed to continue U.S.-UK discussions aimed at addressing the market-distorting practices of China and other non-market economies, Tai’s office said on Monday.

USTR reported that Tai, who met with Anne-Marie Trvelyan, the UK’s Trade secretary, stressed her “commitment to deepening bilateral trading and investment ties.”

USTR continues to review past U.S. and UK trade agreements talks. However, she did not discuss a way forward.

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