WASHINGTON/BEIJING -- It was one of President Donald Trump's signature goals: rebalancing U.S.-China trade. And Trump fell short of his ambitions. But President-elect Joe Biden's trade policy focused on the middle class is not likely to mark a change of course, at least at first.
Trump falls short on China trade goals, but Biden unlikely to make radical shift
China purchases only 60% of US goods pledged in year-old 'phase one' agreement