By  on June 13, 2019

GENEVA — One of China’s most senior diplomats on Thursday signaled here that a U.S.-China deal is still doable if tensions between the world’s two biggest economies are limited to the trade conflict but not if they went beyond to policies aimed at containing China’s further development.

Chen Xu, China’s new ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva, and for many years the top official at the foreign ministry in Beijing responsible for multilateral diplomacy and European affairs, told a news conference that if the issue is limited to the trade conflict “we can work out a package. Maybe not 100 percent satisfactory to both sides, but both sides can go along with. “

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