The trade negotiators of the United States will head towards China in the next week for face to face conversations between the two economic giants of the world. The primary purpose of their visit is to make a longer-term timeline for agreement with China. The officials of the U.S. will visit China for negotiations sometime during Friday, the start of a Washington six-week congressional recess and Thursday 1st August.
Had a very good telephone conversation with President Xi of China. We will be having an extended meeting next week at the G-20 in Japan. Our respective teams will begin talks prior to our meeting.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 18, 2019
Whereas the talks showed a severe next step when a truce happened between the leaders of two countries in June, a deal not viewed closer. The U.S President Trump gives a gesture that he will make softer the restrictions on Chinese based Huawei in return for buying of agricultural products of the United States.
Roll back of Tariffs
The officials of the United States advised that they might roll back the tariffs in exchange for China making the agreement lawfully binding, somewhat it backtracked on in May 2019.
According to persons aware of the matter, now the officials of White House is suggesting that to agree on China to the latter might take at least several months although Donald Trump remains motivated to ink an ultimate deal.
The management might transfer its attention in the time being to ratifying the US-Canada-Mexico Agreement. The U.S. president is looking forward to approving his replacement for the Free Trade Agreement of North America as a leading political and economic priority.
Trade Representative of the U.S. Robert Lighthizer is using the congressional session remaining days to meet with the legislators about the agreement. According to the international news agency CNBC, the White House expected to send the executing regulation to Capitol Hill in September, planning a vote on the agreement this fall.
The Trade War risks Damage to American firms and Worldwide Economy
The investors are watching the U.S.-China talks very profoundly. Whereas, the stretching trade war between Beijing and Washington might give massive damage to the companies of America, along with the worldwide economy.
The administration of Trump imposed tariffs of $250 billion of Chinese goods and gave them threats to put even more duties on other products. In response, Beijing slapped a duty of $110 billion of American products.
In these days, both the United States and China took steps to decrease the tension based on trade. Such as, Trump settled to make in time decisions regarding whether to allow the tech firms of America to trade with the blacklisted Chinese firm Huawei.
For the moment, the state media of China reported that China is taking the positive steps as per its promise to purchase more agricultural goods of the U.S. Moreover, Trump also sees the move as crucial to reaching a deal with China as the farmers of America take a hit from the duties on agriculture.