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THE SEVEN ISSUES U.S. WANTS CHINA TO RESOLVE FOR TRADE AGREEMENT
POLITICO reports:

White House trade adviser Peter Navarro, in an interview on Fox News Sunday, said China must end its "seven deadly sins" to avoid the new tariffs:

*Stop stealing our intellectual property.

*Stop forcing technology transfers.

*Stop hacking our computers to steal our trade secrets.

*Stop dumping into our markets and putting our companies out of business.

*Stop their state-owned enterprises from [receiving] heavy subsidies.

*Stop the fentanyl.

*Stop the currency manipulation."

What's next? The administration on Sept. 1 will impose tariffs of 10 percent against roughly $300 billion in Chinese imports. A Chinese delegation is set to visit Washington next month for more face-to-face negotiations.


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