U.S.-China trade talks ended late Wednesday in Washington with the cancellation of a joint press conference amid speculation that the two sides are growing further apart on issues such as market access, tariff reductions and caps on foreign ownership of Chinese companies.
The annual event, known as the Comprehensive Economic Dialogue, was expected to close President Donald Trump's '100-Day' plan to forge closer ties between the world's two biggest economies and narrow a trade deficit that swelled to $25.4 billion, the highest since October 2015, last month.
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