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U.S. trade negotiators are likely to visit China next week - South China Morning Post reports
22.07.2019, 12:23

U.S. trade negotiators are likely to visit China next week - South China Morning Post reports

According to the South China Morning Post (SCMP), the U.S. delegation led by trade representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin are set to meet Vice-Premier Liu He.

"The initial arrangements for the meeting in Beijing, according to the source who declined to be identified, came after the United States announced that it would offer exemptions to 110 Chinese products, including medical equipment and key electronic components, from import tariffs. In a goodwill gesture of their own, China also said that several companies would buy American agricultural products having already applied for exemptions from the tariffs imposed by Beijing."

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