By  on October 30, 2009

HANGZHOU, China — The United States and China diffused some trade tensions during high-level talks held here this week, but new rifts emerged just as quickly to take their place.

Top trade officials from both sides met in this coastal city for the 20th meeting of the U.S.-China Joint Commission on Trade and Commerce, where on Thursday they unveiled new breakthroughs on sticky two-way trade tensions involving poultry and pork.

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