While a high-level talk between United States and China had been extended on to an additional third day, the US president Donald Trump voiced resilience on forging a fathomable tariff deal with China, although Trump appeared to be seeking an encyclopedic access for US firms on China, as he had also been quoted saying on Thursday, the 31st of January, that, any kind of arrangement failed to proffer broader access of US industry and agriculture into Chinese market would be unacceptable.
As delegations from World’s largest economies had been holding talks, targeting to ease a six-month-old tariff conflict, Trump had also added that no final accord would be made, until he met with Chinese President Xi Jinping in near future.
As a response, the Chinese trade negotiators had proposed a meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and US president Donald Trump in China next month, a Wall Street Journal report revealed on Thursday, Jan. the 31st, citing unnamed sources.
As Trump was looking ahead to meet the leader of Chinese delegation, Chinese Vice Premier, Liu He, upon conclusion of the trade talks, he said on Twitter, “Meetings are going well with good intent and spirit on both sides.
No final deal will be made until my friend President Xi, and I, meet in the near future to discuss and agree on some of the long standing and more difficult points. ”