China talks concessions after Donald Trump’s tough trade moves

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ㅤ”Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said Monday that Beijing wanted trade talks with the U.S. and not a trade war, reiterating his country’s willingness to open up markets to American business.
ㅤ’With regard to trade imbalances, China and the United States should adopt a pragmatic and rational attitude, promote balancing through expansion of trade, and stick to negotiations to resolve differences and friction,’ Mr. Li told the conference in Beijing, state radio reported.
ㅤHis move to tamp down talk of trade war signaled that President Trump’s tough measures targeting China’s unfair trade practices, including tariffs on high-tech exports to the U.S., were having an impact.”


Full story at The Washington Times, image from marfeel(.com) – 3/26/18. Tags: china, trade war. 𑗉

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