China’s approval of Trump’s trademarks raises questions

A long-running commercial dispute in China's courts has been resolved in favour of President Trump. The case involved trademarks for dozens of companies owned by the US president. This decision is raising eyebrows back in Washington.

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    A long-running commercial dispute in China's courts has been resolved in favour of President Trump.

    The case involved trademarks for dozens of companies owned by the US president.

    This decision is raising eyebrows back in Washington.

    Al Jazeera’s Kimberly Halkett reports from Washington DC.


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