Chinese Imports: Sides and Sino-Us Consultations

chinese imports: However, both sides agreed that the talks in Washington were constructive and continuable, according to Global Times China. Reassuringly, both sides have shown a willingness to move on with consultations and agreed to meet again in Beijing in the future. At noon Friday Beijing time the US increased additional tariffs on 200 billion worth of Chinese imports from 10 percent to 25 percent, casting a huge shadow on the latest round of Sino-US trade talks. During a media interview on Saturday, Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He, who led the Chinese delegation in the 11th round of high-level economic and trade consultations with the US, affirmed progress made in the Sino-US consultations. They include whether all additional tariffs must be totally revoked if the two sides are to reach a deal, whether the amount of purchases should be realistic, and whether the wording of the agreement must be balanced and acceptable to the Chinese public without undermining the sovereignty and dignity of China. Liu also candidly shared the truth about the differences between the two sides on China's core concerns. ( As reported in the news.

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