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A Capital Plan

President Trump has put himself in a strong position to get the right trade deal from China. Now he needs to take it.

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@BrianBrenberg

HEADS OF STATE Trump with Xi during a presidential visit to China in November 2017.
NICOLAS ASFOURI/AFP/GETTY

CHINA WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE the political strength and economic heft to win a trade war with the U.S. But President Donald Trump’s challenge to this conventional wisdom reveals a surprising vulnerability in China’s economics and politics.

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