High level talks between China and the United States continued Friday in Washington, D.C. Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He met with U.S. President Donald Trump at the White House Thursday, as both countries try to avoid a trade war.
In a sign of progress, China’s commerce ministry dropped its anti-dumping investigation into U.S. sorghum imports.
CGTN’s Nathan King has this report.
- Song Zhang is the Washington Bureau Chief for Shanghai Wen Hui Daily.
- Yan Liang is an Associate Professor of Economics at Willamette University.
- Robert Hormats is the Vice-Chairman of Kissinger Associates and a former U.S. Under Secretary of State for Economic, Energy and Environmental Affairs.
- Joe Minarik is a Senior Vice President and Director of Research with the Committee for Economic Development.
China on Friday rebutted rumors that the country had offered to cut its #trade #surplus with the United States by $200 billion, saying that the trade talks with the #US so far have been constructive and are still in process. https://t.co/AYIfxAizAB pic.twitter.com/MnX263Cfzb
— China Daily (@ChinaDailyUSA) May 18, 2018
It will be challenging for US and China to reach an agreement at trade talks, says strategist https://t.co/lUwKaslqrB
— CNBC (@CNBC) May 18, 2018