WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The US Chamber of Commerce sees “every indication” that a high-ranking delegation of Chinese officials will visit Washington early in President-elect Joe Biden‘s administration, a senior Chamber official said Wednesday . Myron Brilliant, the business group’s head of international affairs, told reporters that such a visit could help lay the groundwork for improving US-China relations and advancing an expanded trade deal. “There are some challenges that we have to overcome in the relationship and it’s not going to be a straight line. It’s going to be a bumpy road,” he said.
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