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Chinese analysts say much uncertainty remains on China-US trade talks just before truce ends

The ongoing trade war between the world's two largest economies centre on China's trade practices which the US has deemed as unfair. PHOTO: AFP
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SHANGHAI - The latest round of trade talks between China and the United States in Beijing this week looks set to be the last before the 90-day truce between the two ends on March 1.

But Chinese analysts are uncertain if a deal is possible by then.

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