Washington, DC — The U.S. Chamber of Commerce sees “every indication” that a high-ranking Chinese delegation will visit Washington early in the administration of President-elect Joe Biden, a top Chamber official said in a Reuters report.
Myron Brilliant, head of international affairs for the business group, told reporters on Wednesday that such a visit could help lay the groundwork for progress toward an expanded trade agreement.
He said the Chamber would urge Biden and his top trade officials to offer some immediate relief to U.S. companies and farmers from nearly $400 billion in tariffs imposed on imports from China and elsewhere by the Trump administration, especially given the need to bolster the U.S. economy.
A Biden spokesman declined to comment on the prospects on the potential visit by Chinese officials.
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