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White House's Kudlow: U.S. looking for 'enforceable' trade deal with China
The United States wants to continue trade discussions with China that focus on structural changes and enforcement mechanisms when talks continue late this month during the G20 summit in Japan, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Tuesday.

"The United States wants to continue the conversations about structural changes regarding intellectual property theft and forced technology transfers and market openings and tariffs," Kudlow said in an interview with Fox News.

"We're looking for an enforceable agreement as we always have - that's absolutely vital. So all of those general topics will be on the table."
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