Blinken to unveil 'no surprises' China strategy pre-Asia push

The US business community also wants a China strategy that will address the key underlying problems in the worsening bilateral trade relationship. “The [Biden] trade agenda is ‘competing where we should’ and we are not doing that — we are not talking with the Chinese about fair competition in their own market,” said Craig Allen, US-China Business Council president. “We really do need a strategy that suggests positive alternatives to perpetual confrontation and antagonism. … We have just a real poverty in the dialogue between the two sides and somebody needs to breathe some life into that.”