Settle trade war: U.S., China need to find a resolution soon

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Author(s) Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial board
Source Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Date September 27, 2019
Quotes-start.png Additionally, such shifting of production out of China means a likely loss of market share in China and that exited U.S.-owned factories would be gobbled up at fire-sale prices. And intellectual property or proprietary practices likely would be illegally grabbed by the new owner. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position Trade war is good for the United States on the topic China–United States trade war.