U.S.-China trade talks to resume next week, Trump hints at extension
Saturday, 16 February 2019 By Michael Martina and Roberta Rampton BEIJING/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and China will resume trade talks next week in Washington with time running short to ease their bruising trade war, but U.S. President Donald Trump repeated on Friday that he may extend a March 1 deadline for a deal and keep tariffs on Chinese goods from rising. Both the United States and China reported progress in five days of negotiations in Beijing this week
Talks between China and the United States to resolve their trade war will resume next week in Washington. Reuters reports representatives from both countries this week said they made progress in discussions. The White House is still standing by its March 1 deadline for reaching a deal with China.
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