Some moves by Beijing since December had pleased Washington even before this week’s meeting between Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He and US President Donald Trump. Photo: EPA-EFE

What changes has China already made to meet US trade war demands?

  • Cutting car tariffs and punishments for IP infringements are among the responses from Beijing since Washington called for ‘structural changes’
  • Donald Trump has welcomed some of the concessions made since a trade war truce was called in December
Topic |   US-China trade war

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Some moves by Beijing since December had pleased Washington even before this week’s meeting between Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He and US President Donald Trump. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Zhenhua Lu

Zhenhua Lu

Zhenhua Lu joined the Post in 2017 as US correspondent covering US-China relations on diplomacy, security and trade. After six years' working overseas in Brussels and Washington DC, he is now based in Hong Kong and writes about China foreign policy. He has master's in international journalism.