How China has responded to US unhappiness
Analysts say the pace of market-driven change has quickened slightly as a result of Donald Trump’s trade war
Beijing — Deep differences separate Chinese and US negotiators on everything from market access to industrial subsidies as the two sides prepare to meet in Washington in October.
As their trade talks unravelled in acrimony in May, the US blamed China for walking back alleged commitments on issues including forced technology transfers. China responded in a White Paper, accusing the US of unreasonable demands and argued that it had made “remarkable progress” in improving its business environment...