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The U.S. will make it harder to engage in talks with China if it keeps existing punitive tariffs, said Global Times. The comments came in an editorial in response to U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai suggesting keeping the tariffs as leverage in potential talks. Dropping the tariffs could create a favorable atmosphere to address issues, the government-run newspaper said. The two sides should urgently improve trade relations, something that still tie the two together while political and security issues further divide them, the editorial said.