Chinese women sit on a bench with a US flag theme outside an apparel store in Beijing on March 23. China announced a US$3 billion list of US goods including pork, apples and steel pipes that may be hit with higher tariffs in a spiralling trade dispute with President Donald Trump. Photo: AP

Trump’s flaws should not distract from the greater imperfections of US-China trade relations

Robert Boxwell says Washington was misled into supporting China’s accession to the World Trade Organisation and it is time for the US to return to trading with like-minded partners

Topic |   US-China trade war

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Chinese women sit on a bench with a US flag theme outside an apparel store in Beijing on March 23. China announced a US$3 billion list of US goods including pork, apples and steel pipes that may be hit with higher tariffs in a spiralling trade dispute with President Donald Trump. Photo: AP
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