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US-EU need to write the rules for new technologies 'before China'
"China doesn't share our values," said Raimondo. "So we, together with Europe, need to write the rules of the road."
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Pompeo cancels EU trip amid apparent 'snub' by Luxembourg
Luxembourg declined to comment on the reason, but confirmed the planned trip had been cancelled.