U.S. accuses China of playing blame game in white paper response
05 June 2019 | 12:53 pm
The U.S. is now “disappointed” in the White Paper released by China that outlines its views on the trade dispute. A statement from the Trump administration accused China of playing the blame game and misrepresenting the dispute.
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