By Tamora Vidaillet BEIJING, June 24 (Reuters) - China needs to remove more barriers to help cut a swelling trade imbalance and create a level playing field for U.S. firms but was making progress on piracy, U.S. Commerce Secretary Don Evans said on Thursday. During a visit in which intellectual property rights (IPR) and greater market access topped the U.S. agenda, Evans said China had expressed its intention to close the U.S.-China trade gap but stopped short of pledging any imminent ...
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