Oct 29 (Reuters) - China and the United States agreed to tackle a series of trade irritants and reiterated pledges against protectionism, but left the broader questions of the value of Chinese currency and U.S. debt untouched at high-level talks that ended on Thursday. The two agreed to avoid new trade protectionist measures at the Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade meeting in Hangzhou on Thursday. Below are details of the accords reached, based on information from the United States ...
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