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TikTok’s CEO Fails to Placate US Lawmakers Eager to Ban It

(Bloomberg) – TikTok Chief Executive Shou Chew’s appearance in Congress on Thursday did little to calm the bipartisan fury directed at the U.S.-China trade war with China over its new trade policy.

The meeting was the first in a series of congressional hearings to date to discuss the dispute between the Trump administration and Beijing, which has been trying to cut a deal in the face of a sharp rise in diplomatic tensions against China since the first round of talks last week.

The Trump administration is preparing to push for a trade deal with China as a next step in the path to a trade war that will further limit Chinese influence and trade in goods and services.

The administration has been pushing the trade talks with China for many months after the U.S. announced last month that it had reached an agreement to set up a trade war with China.

But it has struggled in recent weeks over the impact that Beijing has on the U.S. economy, which has seen high growth and manufacturing spending cuts.

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