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US is not in a ‘Cold War’ with China, US trade representative tells FRANCE 24

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07 October 2021   |   3:58 pm
In an interview with FRANCE 24, US Trade Representative Katherine Tai insisted the country was not in a new Cold War with China despite lingering tensions over trade. She also stressed that the US was keen to repair ties with France and Europe after a recent Australian submarine dispute, which led to the first-ever recall of a French ambassador to the United States.

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