Lawrence J. Lau says the first US-China economic dialogue ending without an agreement was not wholly unexpected, and calls for a bilateral investment treaty as a winning way to the future for both countries

The US and China can beat the trade deficit with a treaty, not all-out war

Lawrence J. Lau says the first US-China economic dialogue ending without an agreement was not wholly unexpected, and calls for a bilateral investment treaty as a winning way to the future for both countries

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Lawrence J. Lau says the first US-China economic dialogue ending without an agreement was not wholly unexpected, and calls for a bilateral investment treaty as a winning way to the future for both countries
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