Even after election, Washington remains firmly anti-China, but US states see things differently

//Even after election, Washington remains firmly anti-China, but US states see things differently

Even after election, Washington remains firmly anti-China, but US states see things differently

Asa Hutchinson, the Republican governor of Arkansas, a southern state that is very much pro-Donald Trump – its residents just voted nearly 63 per cent for him – knows what he wants from China: more students and more trade.“Whoever is elected, I would hope that one of the first things on their agenda is to try to re-engage at least in conversations with China’s leadership,” Hutchinson said last month during an online panel hosted by the Washington think tank Brookings Institution.If those…

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