May.21 -- The U.S. and China declared a truce in their trade dispute over the weekend, but that will prove temporary if the world’s two largest economies fail to deliver on their vague commitments to re-balance trade. Bloomberg's Emma O'Brien and Kevin Cirilli report on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
May.20 -- Rodger Baker, Stratfor vice president of strategic analysis, discusses China's agreement to reduce trade surplus with the U.S. after recent talks. Baker speaks with Bloomberg's Betty Liu and Haidi Lun on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
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