China is digging in for a prolonged trade war with the United States after talks in Washington turned sour last week.
It made good on its pledge to hit back at the US by raising tariffs on US$60 billion (S$82 billion) worth of US goods, and kicked off a propaganda war to galvanise public opinion against what it calls a "US-sponsored trade war".
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