Chinese delegates to travel to Washington on January 13th to sign off trade deal



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Chinese delegates to travel to Washington on January 13th to sign off trade deal

A team of Chinese delegation had been planning to depart for Washington by next Monday (January 13th) to sign off the “Phase One” trade deal, which US President Donald Trump said later last month would be rubber stamped on mid-January, a South China Morning Post report published over the weekend had revealed citing a source directly briefed over the subject-matter.

Aside from that, Sunday’s (January 5th) South China Morning Post report had also added the team of Chinese delegates chosen to sign off the “Phase One” US-China trade accord aimed at putting an end to their 18-month long excruciating trade spat that had toiled trillions from the global financial markets, would return back to China on January 16th following a trade deal signing ceremony on January 15th which the US President Donald Trump had promised earlier last week.

Besides, according to Sunday’s (January 5th) South China Morning Post report, the Chinese Vice Premiere Liu He, who would lead the trade delegation visiting Washington, had planned to depart for Washington earlier this month, but had changed his plans later after the US President Donald Trump had tweeted that he would sign off the “Phase One” Sino-US trade accord by January 15th.