US-China trade talk to continue next week by Video link: Kudlow



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US-China trade talk to continue next week by Video link: Kudlow

The latest leg of Sino-US trade talk may have lasted longer than any previous discussions after the two sides had signed a trade truce on last December, as White House Trade Adviser, Larry Kudlow said on Friday, the 5th of April 2019 that the Chinese and US trade delegates would be continuing their talks next week through video conference, as both sides had been vying to harvest the best possible deal to resolve a nine-month-long trade war, which significantly had contributed to a global-scale economic slowdown.

On Friday (April 5th), a team of US negotiators including Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury’s Mnuchin had met a bunch of perspicacious Chinese delegates led by Vice Premiere Liu He for the third straight day next to White House, while US President Donald Trump had been quoted saying that a decipherable deal could be announced within next four weeks, citing progress over the trade talks.

In a Bloomberg Television show on Friday (April 5th), Larry Kudlow said that the Chinese Vice Premiere Liu He would return to Beijing after Friday’s talk, as he was expected in China to address domestic issues, yet the talks between the two largest economies of the world would continue by video conferences, which might even last for weeks.