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U.S. steak is sold among cuts of beef from Australia and New Zealand. Because the U.S. lacks a free trade agreement with China, its beef is expensive in China. As a result, it doesn't sell as well as beef from competing markets. Rob Schmitz/NPR hide caption

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Shaky U.S.-China Trade Relationship Will Top Trump's Agenda In Beijing

Many U.S. businesses say they're treated unfairly in China. And there are concerns about Chinese acquisitions of U.S. companies.

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In Italy, Right-Wing Politicians Set Their Sights On Parliament

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Trump Used To Disparage An Anti-Bribery Law; Will He Enforce It Now?

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'A Taste Of Paris': How The City Of Light Became The City Of Food

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U.S. steak is sold among cuts of beef from Australia and New Zealand. Because the U.S. lacks a free trade agreement with China, its beef is expensive in China. As a result, it doesn't sell as well as beef from competing markets. Rob Schmitz/NPR hide caption

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Shaky U.S.-China Trade Relationship Will Top Trump's Agenda In Beijing

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