US President Donald Trump said he would meet Chinese President Xi Jinping potentially more than once to finalise a deal to end the protracted trade tensions between the world’s two biggest economies.
He sent out optimistic tone about the high-level US-China trade talks in Washington that ended on Thursday, hailing the “tremendous progress” made on the issue of forced technology transfers and welcoming China’s ongoing purchase of five million tons of soybeans per day as a sign of good faith.
But any final deal would have to leave nothing unresolved and contain “strong enforcement language”, he . . .
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