"Both came to power vowing to restore their nations to greatness," writes Chris Buckley. "But America’s loud, ad-libbing president-elect, Donald J. Trump, and China’s guarded, calculating president, Xi Jinping, are glaring contrasts as politicians, and their pairing has injected new unpredictability into relations between their governments."
Economists expect China’s government to deepen the deficit past the official target of 3 percent of the GDP
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