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USTR says Tai, Dombrovskis discussed challenges from China, non-market economies By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai appears before the Senate Finance Committee in Washington on May 12, 2021. Pete Marovich/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo


WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai and her European Union counterpart discussed common challenges posed by non-market economies, including China, during a meeting in Washington on Tuesday, Tai’s office said in a statement.

Tai thanked Valdis Dombrovskis (Executive Vice President, European Commission) for “helping to build an important bilateral relationship and working constructively in strengthening the transatlantic economic and trade relations.”

However, the statement did not mention efforts to settle a dispute over the tariffs on steel and aluminium between the US and the EU.

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