Day 427: September 5, 2019 – China and the United States agree on the 13th round of trade negotiations “I don`t have a deadline, no. In a way, I think it`s better to wait until after the election with China,” Trump told reporters in London, where he is expected to attend a meeting of NATO leaders. Robert Lighthizer, U.S. Trade Representative, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He met in Shanghai for two days of trade talks. This is the first personal interaction since the meeting between Xi and Trump at the G20 summit in June and the first formal high-level negotiations since last May. As most analysts predicted, the discussions ended with little progress. The two sides agreed to continue talking and will meet again in September. Over the next few months, the two countries were involved in countless back-and-forth negotiations, a titled tariff war, introduced foreign technology restrictions, fought several WTO cases, and brought trade tensions between the United States and China to the brink of a major trade war. White House chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow says the U.S. has invited China to resume trade talks before tariffs on US$200 billion of Chinese goods take effect (List 3). Even before the president`s formal decision to continue, Republican critics of the phase one deal sounded the alarm.

Several people close to the talks said the government had not provided them with the text of the agreement, which they called an “agreement in principle.” Trump said two months ago that he had “reached an agreement in principle” with China and that he expected the conditions to remain on paper in a few weeks. But Seema Shah, chief strategist at Principal Global Investors, said Trump could not afford to replicate the sharp declines in the stock market in late 2018, when he raised the temperature of the trading environment. According to an announcement made by the USTR, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, representatives of the two countries spoke by phone to pledge their support for the Phase 1 trade deal that went into effect in early February. A first pact, which will ease tensions during an election year, follows months of escalating tariffs and a trade war that seemed to never stop. Mr. Please, let me know what the trade war is and how it will affect both the United States and China, and let me also know what the economic and financial consequences will be for the global economy Thank you very much Pradeep kumar Day 772: August 15 – The United States and China postpone the revision of the 299-300 trade agreement: April 30 – May 1, 2019 – U.S.

and China Have Trade Talks in Beijing U.S. and Chinese mid-level officials are meeting for the first time since the start of the trade war. . . .