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Structural reforms essential for a US-China deal: Lighthizer

Commitments must also be enforceable

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"Significant structural changes" must be part of any trade deal with China and there must also be an enforcement mechanism to ensure China sticks to its commitments, US Trade Representative (USTR) Robert Lighthizer told a House hearing today.

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