Don Lee

Los Angeles Times

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Reporter covering the US and global economy for the Los Angeles Times

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Senior U.S. and Chinese officials are meeting today to resume talks to end the ongoing trade war.

Trump and China resume trade talks amid U.S. manufacturing slowdown

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After almost eight years of negotiations, the US and 11 other nations have agreed on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the biggest international trade deal in history.

The Trans-Pacific Partnership and Its Impact on California

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