Former acting deputy US trade representative Wendy Cutler believes Washington will soon unveil its plan for how to handle the trade tariffs. Photo: Ellen Wallop/Asia Society
Former acting deputy US trade representative Wendy Cutler believes Washington will soon unveil its plan for how to handle the trade tariffs. Photo: Ellen Wallop/Asia Society

China, US urged to ‘start small’ as Biden ponders Trump-era trade tariff rollback amid record inflation

  • Former acting deputy US trade representative Wendy Cutler believes Washington will soon unveil its plan for how to handle the trade tariffs
  • US President Joe Biden said on Saturday that he is in the process of making up his mind about the US$350 billion of Trump-era tariffs imposed on Chinese goods

Former acting deputy US trade representative Wendy Cutler believes Washington will soon unveil its plan for how to handle the trade tariffs. Photo: Ellen Wallop/Asia Society
Former acting deputy US trade representative Wendy Cutler believes Washington will soon unveil its plan for how to handle the trade tariffs. Photo: Ellen Wallop/Asia Society
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