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U.S., China Grapple with Trade Issues

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U.S., China Grapple with Trade Issues

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U.S., China Grapple with Trade Issues

U.S., China Grapple with Trade Issues

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Chinese officials are in Washington this week to discuss trade issues with their U.S. counterparts. Their agenda includes airline travel, ownership of Chinese banks, and piracy. But this week's talks will likely be dominated by Congressional criticism of Chinese monetary policy.

Zanny Minton-Beddoes, U.S. economics editor for The Economist talks to Renee Montagne.

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