In answering questions, Trump also mentioned that he was glad to see that the first phase of the U.S. -China economic and trade negotiations had yielded substantial results, which were of great benefit to both the United States, China and the world. It is hoped that the two teams will work hard to finalize the first phase of the agreement as soon as possible and continue to promote follow-up consultations.
Trump has repeatedly stressed that the United States and China will reach a great agreement which will go beyond the tariff issue itself. He said that he fully agreed with the Chinese side that a good handling of Sino-US economic and trade relations is conducive to China, the United States and world peace and prosperity. Thats why the whole world is paying close attention to (Sino-US economic and trade consultation).
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Trump responded to the ever-expanding blacklist of US sanctions against Chinese companies on October 11 afternoon, President Trump answered questions from reporters in the Oval Office of the White House. In response to China Dailys question about whether he will call a halt to the recently expanding blacklist of US sanctions against Chinese companies, Trump said, We will look at the blacklist, and then we will determine which companies will be on that list.
Trumps response to the major issues of concern to China and the United States
On November 11, local time, President Trump met with Liu He, a visiting member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, Vice Premier of the State Council and Chinese leader of the China-US Comprehensive Economic Dialogue in the Oval Office of the White House, and then answered questions from Chinese media reporters. From the relationship between China and the United States, to the Sino-US agreement under negotiation, from Chinese students to the United States, to the list of entities and to the performance of the Chinese consultation team, President Trump responded to these issues of close concern to the whole world.