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The U.S. has been restricting certain American exports to China, citing national security concerns. But other U.S. exporters could benefit from improved trade relations.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen intends to steady U.S.-China relations while looking out for American companies.
Washington is looking at economic ways to counter China's influence — especially when it comes to companies linked to the country's military.
Tariffs and restrictions still hamper U.S.-China trade.
Loyal users of the companies say they didn't try hard enough to acquire users in addition to making basic missteps.
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai did not offer new strategies but a more pragmatic approach.
China sells goods into the U.S. market easily, but American service providers face a range of barriers in China, which vary across industries.
If a trade dispute is cast as a national security issue — and there can easily be a lot of overlap — a president or a country can gain a lot of legal leeway.
Economist Dean Baker says the two should be sharing intellectual property in health care and climate technology, "not fighting over it."
Even after conflicts around tariffs and other policies, the fundamental economic tensions between the U.S. and China are alive and well.