U.S. President Donald Trump said Tuesday that it was open to defer March 2 deadline on tariffs if Washington and Beijing could trade soon after trading.
Trump put his position on the trade war with China, saying that it is open to let the deadline slide, but I prefer it. "He also said that" Beijing really "really wanted" and he has a "great team" in China trying to reach a resolution.
When asked if he will meet the President of China Xi Jinping at the end of March, Trump said, "It is not at this point."
Trump comments came from the fact that the United States and China tried to co-operate among the fight between constant trade between the two economic power houses.
The March 2 deadline is crucial in negotiations such as US Tariffs will increase the goods China unless the previous deal has been dealt with. Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin, is in conjunction with the US Trade Representative, Robert Lighthizer, in Beijing this week for another round in Thanks to the Deputy Chief of China Liu He.
A morning note from strategies by DBS Group Research warned "not counting chickens before they come. "
" The pendulum on which US-Chinese trade deal could be overcome by comments with Chinese President Donald Trump regarding his / her meeting with the Chinese President Xi Jinping to expand talks over 1