President Trump announces partial trade deal with China, lifting hopes that tensions could ease
Friday, 11 October 2019 () President Trump announced the progress during an Oval Office meeting with China’s vice premier, Liu He. Trade tensions between two of the world’s largest economies have escalated since last year.
The United States and China agreed on Friday to the first phase of a trade deal covering agricultural purchases, currency and some aspects of intellectual property protections, and averting a threatened tariff hike, but President Donald Trump said more needed to be negotiated. Rough Cut (no reporter...
· *Chinese officials would like to hold further talks with the US before the preliminary agreement the Trump administration touted on Friday is finalized,... Business Insider Also reported by •CBS News •SmartBrief •NYTimes.com