Vice-Premier Liu He (left) and President Donald Trump put pen to paper on a China-US trade agreement at the White House on Wednesday. Photo: AP PhotoVice-Premier Liu He (left) and President Donald Trump put pen to paper on a China-US trade agreement at the White House on Wednesday. Photo: AP Photo
Vice-Premier Liu He (left) and President Donald Trump put pen to paper on a China-US trade agreement at the White House on Wednesday. Photo: AP Photo

US-China trade war deal: Liu He reassures Beijing’s other partners they will not lose out

  • Vice-premier says commitments to Washington on intellectual property rights, technology transfers and market access will apply to all partners
  • Liu says Chinese and US economies are strongly interconnected and shoots down talk of decoupling

Topic |   US-China trade war
Vice-Premier Liu He (left) and President Donald Trump put pen to paper on a China-US trade agreement at the White House on Wednesday. Photo: AP PhotoVice-Premier Liu He (left) and President Donald Trump put pen to paper on a China-US trade agreement at the White House on Wednesday. Photo: AP Photo
Vice-Premier Liu He (left) and President Donald Trump put pen to paper on a China-US trade agreement at the White House on Wednesday. Photo: AP Photo
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