On, Monday, the 14th of January, 2019, the United States’ President Donald Trump forecast that the US and China could put an end to the “tit for tat” trade war by January, 2019, much earlier than expected.
Referring to the growing hope of a conclusion to this tremulous trade war, at the While House Trump told the reporters, “We’re doing very well with China. I think that we are going to be able to do a deal with China.
” Citing China’s urge to negotiate in the wake a whiplashing economy, Trump added, “China wants to negotiate. ” Last week, there had been a vice-ministerial level face-to-face talk in Beijing between the world’s largest two economies and US Treasury Secretary, Mnuchin had told the reporters that the China’s top trade negotiator, Vice premier, Liu He, would plausibly visit Washington later on this month, to oversee the terms of an upper-level trade talk between US and China, due to be held by the end of January, 2019.
So far, from what media could curate regarding the highly classified vice-ministerial trade talk held on January 7th-9th, an optimism has been hovering on-board, as China seems to be agreed to purchase a tremendous amount of agricultural US import, alongside, energy, and an improvement has been on sight regarding the intellectual property right and IP issues.