US President Donald Trump has no plans to ease tariffs on Chinese goods, according to informed sources on Monday.
"Trump wants China to suffer more than the $ 200 billion in Chinese goods," Axis quoted one source as saying. "Trump believes that the longer his fee, the more tools he has become. Pressure has more. "
Another source said that "the US president is not focusing on details of a possible deal with China, as it focuses on finding tools to pressure Beijing."
The trade war between China and the United States began after July 6, when the two nations' reciprocal tariffs entered into force. The United States imposed a 25 percent import duty on 818 products from China, worth $ 34 billion a year. For its part and countermeasures, China on the same day imposed a 25 percent customs duty on the import of an equal amount of American goods.