White House chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow has confirmed Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet with top U.S. officials as trade talks continue in Beijing.
As top trade negotiators prepare to travel to China this week to continue talks, the White House is shedding some light about an anticipated summit between President Trump and his Chinese counterpart.
In what could be a blow to reaching a trade deal, a new report is claiming President Trump is highly unlikely to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping before the 90-day tariff truce is over.
Congress received a “to do list” from the Trump administration to begin phasing out parts of NAFTA in favor of the new USMCA trade agreement.
A new bombshell report is indicating that President Trump’s aggressive trade strategy on China could result in a historic new agreement.
A high-level trade meeting between the U.S. and China is set to take place in less than two-weeks.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders recently reaffirmed the Trump administration’s economic stance, dismissing claims the partial government shutdown will severely hurt the economy.
Preparations are underway for another round of high-level trade talks between the U.S. and China.
It appears trade talks between the U.S. and China are going well as reports suggest the two sides are getting closer on settling their differences.