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Listen: A trade war between the US and China is brewing, but what role will US crude oil exports play?

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has called energy trade a rare bright spot in trade relations with China and has called for a nearly sixfold increase in American energy exports. Is that realistic?

This week, Meghan Gordon and Brian Scheid talk with Jane Nakano, a senior fellow with the energy and national security program at the Center for Strategic International Studies, about energy trade between the US and China and where it's headed.

Related news story: US crude exports could be a victim of brewing trade war with China


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