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Post by claud39 on Fri Jan 18, 2019 8:47 am

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Follow - up / Tomorrow 's Press: 

reported US media on Friday, quoting Finance Minister, Stephen Manoucan that the US administration is currently considering the abolition of duties on goods coming from China. 

Menuchin, who launched the initiative, believes the move will calm markets and provide America with long-term support for China, according to the Wall Street Journal.



US President Donald Trump has announced the imposition of customs duties on Chinese goods and products at a rate of up to 10 percent, worth up to 200 billion US dollars. 

In early April, the United States published a list of 1,300 Chinese goods to impose more taxes on them, in response to China's violation of the intellectual property of American products. 

For the Chinese Council to impose a fee of 25 percent on 106 types of goods imported from the United States of America. 

The two sides later agreed in May not to engage in a trade war, and later found that both countries could not reach a common formula. 

In mid-June, Washington imposed tariffs on Chinese goods at a rate of 25 percent, affecting about a tenth of the proportion of Chinese exports to America in the amount of about 50 billion dollars.

At the same time, China will charge an additional 659 US products in response, amounting to $ 50 billion. 

And China will later impose additional customs duties on 545 US products
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Post by claud39 on Sat Jan 19, 2019 12:53 pm

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White House: Trade talks with China are making progress




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- The United States and China are making progress in trade negotiations, but reaching an agreement will take time, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said. 
"We are making progress in the largest-scale negotiations between the two countries at all, we are looking at all the issues," Kudlo told reporters. 
"It will take time, but we are moving forward. I would like to reach an agreement. I am a free trader but it must be a great deal. ' 
Chinese Vice Premier Liu He is scheduled to visit the United States on January 30 and 31 for the next round of talks with Washington. 
Liu's visit follows less-than-expected negotiations held in Beijing last week to try to resolve the bitter trade dispute between the world's two largest economies before March 2.
The date set by the US administration of Donald Trump to increase tariffs on Chinese goods worth 200 billion dollars.
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