Here at The Australian Tribune, it comes as no surprise to us that the trade talks between the US and China are falling in line with US demands.
According to President Trump, the trade talks with China are going well.
When asked about trade negotiations with China on Wednesday, Trump said ‘I like where we are right now’.
Tariffs to be raised if no deal by March
The Trump administration has previously stated that it would raise tariffs on US$200 billion of imports from China if they could not come to an agreement for a series of trade disputes by 1 March.
According to RAW, Trump said that China ‘very much wants to make a deal’.
‘We’ll see what happens. But we’re doing very well in our negotiations with China,’ Trump said.
White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett said that he believes the US and China could reach an agreement by 1 March.
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