July 27, 2013
by Wall Street Journal

Nearly three dozen international business groups are pushing the Chinese government to be more flexible in negotiating the expansion of a key trade agreement aimed at reducing tariffs on electronic products.

The group, which includes the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, sent a letter to Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang this week calling for China to trim the list of technology products it objects to adding to the agreement, known as the Information Technology Agreement or ITA.

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