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Lovely comments on the future of the US-China trade deal in South China Morning Post

June 8, 2020

The South China Morning Post

Mary E. Lovely

Mary E. Lovely

"The priority the two sides are placing on the deal is not so much a way to repair damage as it is to not cause further damage," says Professor Mary Lovely. "If the US announces the deal is dead, Trump is locked into some kind of retaliation." Read more in the South China Morning Post article "Donald Trump says China is buying ‘a lot’ of US products." 06/08/20 

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