Japan’s Aso, Chinese officials endorse global trade system
BEIJING (AP) — Japan's finance minister and Chinese officials have pledged support for the multilateral system of global trade regulation ahead of a possible new round of U.S. tariff hikes in a battle over Beijing's technology policy.
Taro Aso, who was in Beijing for financial talks, made no mention of China's tariff war with President Donald Trump but said Friday that the two sides agreed "protectionist measures" help no country.
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