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    China agrees to hold trade and economic negotiations with America

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    China agrees to hold trade and economic negotiations with America Empty China agrees to hold trade and economic negotiations with America

    Post by Rocky Sat 07 Sep 2019, 6:53 am

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    China is willing to buy a quantity of US agricultural products before the new round of negotiations. Chinese Vice Premier Liu Hei held a telephone conversation with US Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin and Trade Representative Robert Leitzer, during which they agreed to hold a new round of trade and economic negotiations in early October in Washington.
    The Chinese newspaper Politico quoted sources as saying Saturday that the Chinese proposal could be implemented if the United States eased export restrictions on Huawei or postponed a $ 250 billion tariff increase on Chinese goods, which will come into effect on October 1.
    US President Donald Trump has agreed not to impose tariffs on additional $ 300 billion in Chinese imports and to ease restrictions on Chinese technology giant Huawei to resume talks.
    The United States currently imposes a 25 percent tariff on Chinese goods worth $ 250 billion, including furniture and some goods in the transportation sector. Finished 2



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