Why Does Biden's China Policy Look So Much Like Trump's? : The NPR Politics Podcast Biden's top trade official, Katherine Tai, indicated in a Monday speech that tariffs levied against China initiated during the Trump administration would remain in place. The countries have been unable to work out key economic and political disagreements.

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Why Does Biden's China Policy Look So Much Like Trump's?

Why Does Biden's China Policy Look So Much Like Trump's?

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Biden's top trade official, Katherine Tai, indicated in a Monday speech that tariffs levied against China initiated during the Trump administration would remain in place. The countries have been unable to work out key economic and political disagreements.

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