U.S. and Chinese negotiators are working to hammer out the fine print of a trade agreement that would put an end to the trade war between the top two global economies. Bloomberg News reported that meetings continued Friday in Beijing between U.S. trade representative Robert LighthizerRobert (Bob) Emmet LighthizerChinese, US negotiators fine tuning details of trade agreement: report The Trump economy keeps roaring ahead Trump says no discussion of extending deadline in Chinese trade talks MORE, Treasury Secretary Steven MnuchinSteven Terner MnuchinChinese, US negotiators fine tuning details of trade agreement: report The Hill’s Morning Report — Presented by Pass USMCA Coalition — Trump rallies for second term on `promises kept’ China offering major concessions on tech issues in trade talks: report MORE, and their Chinese counterparts as the two sides address issues such as the alleged theft of U.S. technologies and other trade practices the U.S. has deemed unfair. ADVERTISEMENT “This is not time-dependent,” White House economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, said in a speech Thursday according to Bloomberg. “This is policy- and enforcement-dependent.” The two sides are “close” to reaching a deal but still have some issues to work out, Kudlow added. He went on to predict that the U.S. would not drop… Read full this story
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