Chinese Minister of Commerce Zhong Shan speaks during a National People's Congress press conference in Beijing on March 11, 2017. / AFP / GREG BAKER
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China Saturday warned the U.S. against launching a trade war, saying that both countries would suffer if U.S. President Donald Trump follows through on his threats.On Thursday, Zhong's American counterpart Wilbur Ross said that the trade conflict with China and other countries has already been on for decades, but the U.S. is just now beginning to fight back.The warning was the second time this week that China has railed against a possible trade war, amid growing indications that the Trump administration is serious about pursuing a protectionist agenda.
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