Refresh your driving skills with the AARP Smart Driver online course! Use promo code THANKS to save 25 percent.

Reply
Trusted Social Butterfly
2
Kudos
159
Views

Re: US-China Trade Talks Are ‘Back On Track’ After G20 Meeting

159 Views
Message 11 of 15

jimc91: 

I know, you are so eager to hang some sort of failure on the President but this was a good thing.

 

 

The reason we're having a trade war with China is because our National Embarrassment of a President started one. Now he's patting himself on the back for trying to fix what he ignorantly initiated? Good grief.

Report Inappropriate Content
2
Kudos
159
Views
Treasured Social Butterfly
1
Kudos
156
Views

Re: US-China Trade Talks Are ‘Back On Track’ After G20 Meeting

156 Views
Message 12 of 15

@john258 wrote:

@jimc91 wrote:

The U.S. and China fulfilled expectations that the countries would agree to resume trade talks after President Donald Trump met with Chinese leader Xi Jinping at the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, on Saturday.

 

Trump said the U.S. would not levy an additional $300 billion in tariffs on Chinese products, at least while talks are ongoing. He also said he would let American companies continue to work with Chinese telecom giant Huawei, which BBC characterized as a “move seen as a significant concession.”

 

“We discussed a lot of things, and we’re right back on track,” Trump told reporters, according to The New York Times. (RELATED: Trump Floating More China Tariffs If Xi Doesn’t Sit Down At G20)

Trump also said China would start buying large amounts of U.S. farm products and other goods, reported The NYT.

 

The seemingly temporary truce comes after Trump said Monday he was considering slapping China with more tariffs if Xi did not meet with him during the G20 summit.

“China is going to make a deal because they are going to have to make a deal,” Trump said June 10, weeks before the G20 summit.

 

This isn’t the first time a trade truce has been touted after U.S. and China leaders met at a G20 summit. Trump agreed to delay imposing 25% tariffs on a wide swath of Chinese goods after a dinner meeting with Xi in December 2018, reported The Guardian.

The U.S. and China have been raising tariffs on each others’ goods since summer 2018. Trump argues that U.S.-China trade has lopsidedly benefited Beijing and that the U.S. can bail out American farmers hurting because of the tariffs.

 

Meanwhile, many American companies are considering moving their manufacturing facilities out of China to locations like southeast Asia or Mexico as China and the U.S. continue their back-and-forth.

 

BY:  Evie Fordham

 

 

 

 


Here we go again. Well this time even the far right tells us Trump caved. Not his first or last time. China told us a long time ago everything they agreed to with the US Trump threw out and wanted more just like he does on every thing. Trump is a liar and no one can trust him, and the world does not. There are reports China and other world leaders have come to the point to humor Trump along like the child he is until 2021 in the hopes he is gone. Now could be Putin is now involved in the China end. China and Russia have become close again. There are quite a few countries signed on to China's plan to use rail, and road for trade between China, Europe, Middle East, Africa. All of the damage Trump has done will never be fully undone.


@john258 Like it or not this is good news.  

 

In order for any deal to take place the people involved have to be in the room talking.  They were in the room talking.  

 

I know, you are so eager to hang some sort of failure on the President but this was a good thing.

 

Enjoy it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

VIMTSTL
Report Inappropriate Content
1
Kudos
156
Views
Valued Social Butterfly
1
Kudos
174
Views

Re: US-China Trade Talks Are ‘Back On Track’ After G20 Meeting

174 Views
Message 13 of 15

@jimc91 wrote:

The U.S. and China fulfilled expectations that the countries would agree to resume trade talks after President Donald Trump met with Chinese leader Xi Jinping at the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, on Saturday.

 

Trump said the U.S. would not levy an additional $300 billion in tariffs on Chinese products, at least while talks are ongoing. He also said he would let American companies continue to work with Chinese telecom giant Huawei, which BBC characterized as a “move seen as a significant concession.”

 

“We discussed a lot of things, and we’re right back on track,” Trump told reporters, according to The New York Times. (RELATED: Trump Floating More China Tariffs If Xi Doesn’t Sit Down At G20)

Trump also said China would start buying large amounts of U.S. farm products and other goods, reported The NYT.

 

The seemingly temporary truce comes after Trump said Monday he was considering slapping China with more tariffs if Xi did not meet with him during the G20 summit.

“China is going to make a deal because they are going to have to make a deal,” Trump said June 10, weeks before the G20 summit.

 

This isn’t the first time a trade truce has been touted after U.S. and China leaders met at a G20 summit. Trump agreed to delay imposing 25% tariffs on a wide swath of Chinese goods after a dinner meeting with Xi in December 2018, reported The Guardian.

The U.S. and China have been raising tariffs on each others’ goods since summer 2018. Trump argues that U.S.-China trade has lopsidedly benefited Beijing and that the U.S. can bail out American farmers hurting because of the tariffs.

 

Meanwhile, many American companies are considering moving their manufacturing facilities out of China to locations like southeast Asia or Mexico as China and the U.S. continue their back-and-forth.

 

BY:  Evie Fordham

 

 

 

 


Here we go again. Well this time even the far right tells us Trump caved. Not his first or last time. China told us a long time ago everything they agreed to with the US Trump threw out and wanted more just like he does on every thing. Trump is a liar and no one can trust him, and the world does not. There are reports China and other world leaders have come to the point to humor Trump along like the child he is until 2021 in the hopes he is gone. Now could be Putin is now involved in the China end. China and Russia have become close again. There are quite a few countries signed on to China's plan to use rail, and road for trade between China, Europe, Middle East, Africa. All of the damage Trump has done will never be fully undone.

Report Inappropriate Content
1
Kudos
174
Views
Treasured Social Butterfly
2
Kudos
202
Views

Re: US-China Trade Talks Are ‘Back On Track’ After G20 Meeting

202 Views
Message 14 of 15

Oh good. Trump has once again started a fight and is once again caving. It is nice to know he is consistent.  

Report Inappropriate Content
2
Kudos
202
Views
Highlighted
Treasured Social Butterfly
0
Kudos
330
Views
14
Replies

US-China Trade Talks Are ‘Back On Track’ After G20 Meeting

330 Views
Message 15 of 15

The U.S. and China fulfilled expectations that the countries would agree to resume trade talks after President Donald Trump met with Chinese leader Xi Jinping at the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, on Saturday.

 

Trump said the U.S. would not levy an additional $300 billion in tariffs on Chinese products, at least while talks are ongoing. He also said he would let American companies continue to work with Chinese telecom giant Huawei, which BBC characterized as a “move seen as a significant concession.”

 

“We discussed a lot of things, and we’re right back on track,” Trump told reporters, according to The New York Times. (RELATED: Trump Floating More China Tariffs If Xi Doesn’t Sit Down At G20)

Trump also said China would start buying large amounts of U.S. farm products and other goods, reported The NYT.

 

The seemingly temporary truce comes after Trump said Monday he was considering slapping China with more tariffs if Xi did not meet with him during the G20 summit.

“China is going to make a deal because they are going to have to make a deal,” Trump said June 10, weeks before the G20 summit.

 

This isn’t the first time a trade truce has been touted after U.S. and China leaders met at a G20 summit. Trump agreed to delay imposing 25% tariffs on a wide swath of Chinese goods after a dinner meeting with Xi in December 2018, reported The Guardian.

The U.S. and China have been raising tariffs on each others’ goods since summer 2018. Trump argues that U.S.-China trade has lopsidedly benefited Beijing and that the U.S. can bail out American farmers hurting because of the tariffs.

 

Meanwhile, many American companies are considering moving their manufacturing facilities out of China to locations like southeast Asia or Mexico as China and the U.S. continue their back-and-forth.

 

BY:  Evie Fordham

 

 

 

 

VIMTSTL
Report Inappropriate Content
Tags (5)
0
Kudos
330
Views
14
Replies