WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Chamber of Commerce sees “every indication” that a high-ranking delegation of Chinese officials will visit Washington early in the administration of President-elect Joe Biden, a top Chamber official said on Wednesday.
Myron Brilliant, head of international affairs for the business group, told reporters such a visit could help lay the groundwork for improved relations between the United States and China and progress in an expanded trade agreement.
“There are some challenges that we have to overcome in the relationship, and it’s not going to be a straight line. It’s going to be a bumpy road ahead,” he said.
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