US, Chinese Negotiators Resume Trade Talks

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US, Chinese Negotiators Resume Trade Talks: The resumption of the trade talks between US and China has been welcomed by all industrial countries who see this trade conflict between these two Industrial giants as a threat to the global economy.

US, Chinese Negotiators Resume Trade Talks

US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin were greeted by Vice Premier Liu He at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse as they seek to resolve the months-long trade war between the world’s top two economies.

As the US delegation left its hotel for a full day of talks, Mnuchin told reporters the officials had a “very productive” working dinner on Thursday.

“It’s a pleasure to see you again,” Mnuchin told Liu as they exchanged pleasantries before their meeting.

Officials are seeking to iron out major differences over US accusations that China has been using unfair trade practices for years by heavily subsidizing its companies while snatching the technological know-how of American firms.

US President Donald Trump has said that the two sides were close to a deal, but officials have played down expectations of an imminent agreement.

Liu will travel to Washington next week for another set of negotiations.

In Washington, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Thursday the talks could last weeks or even months if necessary.

The Chinese commerce ministry said a “large amount of work” remains to be done.

The two sides have imposed tariffs on $360 billion in two-way trade since last year but Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping agreed to a truce in December.

Trump suggested last week that some of those tariffs should stay in place after a deal is reached to ensure China keeps its end of any bargain.

Beijing has taken steps to address some US complaints, rushing through a law this month that promises to protect foreign firms from the forced transfer of technology.

But US officials want China to show that it will enforce any law that aims to protect intellectual property rights of American companies.

Now that the Trade Talks negotiation between US and China has resume, we sincerely hope it will be fair to all parties involve, so that we don’t experience another global economic melt down.

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