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U.S-China trade talks were heavy on details but short on progress as U.S. negotiators outlined cases of American firms harmed by Chinese practices and China argued it was meeting its WTO obligations, people familiar with contents of the discussions said.The two days of talks held in Washington led by mid-level officials did little to resolve a worsening trade spat between the world's two biggest economies and ended Thursday without a joint statement.Beijing has filed a complaint with the World Trade Organization about the U.S. duties.During the talks, Chinese negotiators repeatedly invoked what they said was Beijing's compliance with WTO rules, an argument that did not impress the U.S. side.
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