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U.S. and China see the strategic imperative of friendlier ties

Attempt to de-escalate tensions may soon bring an end to Trump-era tariffs

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The Biden administration could be transitioning to a new approach on certain Trump-era tariffs.   © Reuters

Earl Carr is CEO at CJPA Global Advisors and editor of "From Trump to Biden and Beyond: Reimagining US-China Relations." James Hinote is a geopolitical analyst at CJPA Global Advisors.

Tensions between the United States and China have been on the rise in recent years, fueled by former U.S. President Donald Trump's trade war, the pandemic, supply chain constraints and Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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