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China’s Problems in the Spotlight as Trade War Talks Resume

The Daily Reckoning AUS Tuesday, 8 October 2019 ()
Protests in Hong Kong against a proposed extradition law that could send Hong Kong dissidents to Beijing for trial and Hong Kong’s loss of autonomy at Chinese hands have now lasted four months.

At each turn, authorities have sought to suppress or appease the protesters without result.

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News video: Dueling headlines ahead of trade war talks

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Beijing has lowered expectations for significant progress from this week's trade talks with the U.S., sources told Reuters but other media reported China is open to a partial agreement. Conway G. Gittens wraps up the U.S.-China trade war headlines.

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