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NIKKI SUN, Nikkei staff writer and ZACH COLEMAN, Nikkei Asian Review deputy editor March 9, 2019 16:54 JST | China
BEIJING -- Chinese officials are optimistic that trade talks with the U.S. remain on track despite doubts cast in recent days by senior American officials.
"My feeling is that there is still hope," Vice Commerce Minister Wang Shouwen told a news conference Saturday on the sidelines of the National People's Congress.
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