What kind of abacus is Trump going to send a delegation to China?

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 What kind of abacus is Trump going to send a delegation to China?


Trump told the media before he held a bilateral meeting with French President Ma Long on the same day. The two sides were very serious about the negotiations. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang also responded at a regular press conference today. China welcomes the US sides talks with China on economic and trade issues. At that time, Trump proposed the trade representatives visit to China. Whats the purpose? CCTV review China takes its own way to beauty Since unilaterally launching trade frictions, the United States has mentioned more than one mention of negotiations and negotiations with China. In April 6th, Kudelo, the chief economic adviser to the White House, revealed that the United States and China were negotiating a secret channel to resolve the escalating trade disputes between the two sides, and even expected to dissolve the dispute within three months. However, a spokesman for Chinas Ministry of Commerce quickly responded that for some time, the financial officials of the two sides did not have any negotiations on economic and trade issues. The Chinese side stressed that in the case of the United States constantly asking for a price, it is impossible for the two sides to carry out any negotiations on this issue. At IMF and the world banks spring annual meeting, US Treasury Secretary, Moin, said it was considering going to China to negotiate trade issues and to be cautiously optimistic about the possibility of a future agreement to settle disputes between the two countries. In response, the Chinese side replied that it had received information from the US side on its consultation on economic and trade issues in Beijing, and welcomed this. On the surface, it seems that China has changed the attitude of China and the us to resolve differences through negotiation and consultation. However, the essence of the matter is Chinas understanding of the purpose of the United States. Its not talking about it, not the U. S. At present, the United States, aware that China will resolutely safeguard the legitimate rights and interests and is determined to be accompanied by the end, has to seriously assess the damage caused by trade frictions and start to adjust the policy direction. At this time, negotiations can be constructive. China will consider the request of the US side for consultations. Political misjudgment, American Abacus The United States persists to stir up trade friction. Fundamentally, it appears that the policy has misjudged the policy. First, the United States underestimated Chinas determination to safeguard national interests and international rules. In the face of provocation, China maintained its strategic determination and responded promptly and forcefully, making the US unprepared. Chinas counterattack has hit the US soft spot, causing strong criticism and dissatisfaction with the trade policy in the US, forcing the US government to reflect on it. Secondly, the United States ignores the basic rules of international relations, mistakenly thinks that the policy transactional nature is all right, and even attempts to use trade to compel China to cooperate with the security problems of the United States. The result is a mess. Finally, the international reputation and image of the United States were damaged. Although some allies have followed the US stance, they have put pressure on China in terms of intellectual property rights. But the international community generally accuses the United States of violating the WTO rules and undermining the multilateral trading mechanism, which undermines the prospect of economic globalization. The United States is under the pressure of greater international public opinion and forced to converge. China will stick to the bottom line and properly handle the problem. China is not afraid of trade disputes and resolutely upholding fair international trade rules. This is the bottom line that will not be shaken. The United States should recognize that trade protectionism is a dead end. At the same time, mistakes can be improved. China is willing to accept sincerity and goodwill. Source: CCTV News Mobile editor: Han Jiapeng _NN9841 Secondly, the United States ignores the basic rules of international relations, mistakenly thinks that the policy transactional nature is all right, and even attempts to use trade to compel China to cooperate with the security problems of the United States. The result is a mess. Finally, the international reputation and image of the United States were damaged. Although some allies have followed the US stance, they have put pressure on China in terms of intellectual property rights. But the international community generally accuses the United States of violating the WTO rules and undermining the multilateral trading mechanism, which undermines the prospect of economic globalization. The United States is under the pressure of greater international public opinion and forced to converge. China adheres to the bottom line and is in the right place China is not afraid of trade disputes and resolutely upholding fair international trade rules. This will not shake the bottom line. The United States should recognize that trade protectionism is a dead end. At the same time, mistakes can be improved. China is willing to accept sincerity and goodwill.