All eyes are on Argentina ahead of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires.
But the main event may take place on the sidelines with a planned meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
The ongoing U.S. China trade war has driven economic headlines for months. So, will the G20 help the world’s biggest economies hit a reset button on their trade relationship?
For a preview, CGTN’s White House Correspondent Jessica Stone reports.
To discuss China-U.S. relations amidst a trade war:
- Zhao Hai is a research fellow with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
- Derek Scissors is a research scholar with the American Enterprise Institute.
- Martin Redrado is a senior economic advisor with the World Bank and the former president of Argentina’s central bank.
- Hung Tran is the executive managing director for the Institute of International Finance.
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