China And The US Relaunch The Trade Agreement Despite The Coronavirus Crisis

Trade representatives from China and the United States have agreed this Friday to implement the trade agreement signed on January 15 – and in force since February 14 -, despite the growing tensions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is the first conversation since the virus spread to the rest of the world.

Chinese Vice Prime Minister Liu He, who led his country’s negotiating team, has spoken by phone with US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, as reported by the Ministry of Commerce. of the Asian giant.

Also, a joint statement by the US representatives noted that the parties “also agreed that despite the current global health emergency, the two countries expect to fulfil their obligations within the appropriate time frames.”

China And The US Relaunch The Trade Agreement Despite The Coronavirus Crisis
China And The US Relaunch The Trade Agreement Despite The Coronavirus Crisis

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On Wednesday, US President Donald Trump announced to reporters that in a week or two he will be able to reveal the degree of progress in talks with China, reports Bloomberg.

Crossing Accusations

The contact between the two delegations has taken place after both countries have been immersed for weeks in a crossroads of accusations on account of the coronavirus pandemic that affects millions of people in the world.

Last week, United States President Donald Trump threatened new tariffs on products from China after stating that there was evidence linking Covid-19 to a high-security laboratory in the Chinese city of Wuhan, where the pathogen was identified in late 2019.

In January, China agreed to import an additional $ 200 billion in U.S. products over two years, above levels reached in 2017, marking then a truce in the trade war. Analysts, however, wonder whether China will be able to meet such ambitious commitments after the coronavirus outbreak halted trade – and consumer – activity earlier this year.

Recovery has been slow since then, and that consumption has not yet returned to pre-epidemic levels. China’s imports fell 14.2% YoY in April, after falling 0.9% in March.

Trade representatives from China and the United States have agreed this Friday to implement the trade agreement signed on January 15 – and in force since February 14 -, despite the growing tensions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is the first conversation since the virus spread to the rest of the world.

Chinese Vice Prime Minister Liu He, who led his country’s negotiating team, has spoken by phone with US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, as reported by the Ministry of Commerce. of the Asian giant.

Also, a joint statement by the US representatives noted that the parties “also agreed that despite the current global health emergency, the two countries expect to fulfil their obligations within the appropriate time frames.”

China And The US Relaunch The Trade Agreement Despite The Coronavirus Crisis
China And The US Relaunch The Trade Agreement Despite The Coronavirus Crisis

And they also added that there is “progress” in creating the necessary government infrastructure to make the trade deal successful. Representatives from both countries have also announced that they will continue to maintain regular telephone contact.

On Wednesday, US President Donald Trump announced to reporters that in a week or two he will be able to reveal the degree of progress in talks with China, reports Bloomberg. As each state legalizes, marijuana has been removed from the Federal program that encourages police officers to participate, by subsidizing paychecks via Federal funds from the equally failed War on Drugs. Check out some of our favorite marijuana-themed books. Leaf Expert was lucky to survive and thrive — but an awful lot of people caught up in the operation’s net didn’t fare as well. “I’m a supporter of legalization of weed + in next few weeks our planning dept is going to clean up JC zoning laws so that we can get ahead of where we’ll allow/not allow dispensaries, grow facilities etc. Cannabiogen Seeds Auto CBG Feminized Marijuana Seeds .

Crossing Accusations

The contact between the two delegations has taken place after both countries have been immersed for weeks in a crossroads of accusations on account of the coronavirus pandemic that affects millions of people in the world.

Last week, United States President Donald Trump threatened new tariffs on products from China after stating that there was evidence linking Covid-19 to a high-security laboratory in the Chinese city of Wuhan, where the pathogen was identified in late 2019.

In January, China agreed to import an additional $ 200 billion in U.S. products over two years, above levels reached in 2017, marking then a truce in the trade war. Analysts, however, wonder whether China will be able to meet such ambitious commitments after the coronavirus outbreak halted trade – and consumer – activity earlier this year.

Recovery has been slow since then, and that consumption has not yet returned to pre-epidemic levels. China’s imports fell 14.2% YoY in April, after falling 0.9% in March.

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