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Chinese Vice Premier Liu He's talks with two top-level U.S. officials within the last week marked the full recovery of communications, giving the impression that the current bilateral cooperation in trade and economy is calmer and more rational than in other areas and can serve as a new stable framework for relations, the Global Times said in an editorial. The trade war against China has been a terrible failure and the U.S. is more fragile than it was three or four years ago while losing its resources to engage in an economic confrontation with China, the newspaper said. None of the U.S. allies are seriously willing to reduce their trade ties with China, and if U.S. companies decouple from China, they will lose the opportunity to become global top firms, the newspaper said.