G20 Summit: China and US Agrees to Talk on Trade War

US China Trade War: Both countries have agreed to negotiate to end the trade war between China and the US. Along with this, the US will not charge new exports on China.
G20 Summit: China and US Agrees to Talk on Trade War

Beijing: The two countries have agreed to negotiate on the trade war between the US and China. It's a relief now. China's President Xi Jingping and US President Donald Trump have agreed to resume the China-US trade talks on Saturday. According to the Chinese media, the US has been released for not charging new exports on China's exports.

According to the Chinese news agency Xinhua, on the basis of equality and mutual respect, the two countries will start the dialogue again. Let the head of both countries meet on Saturday in the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan. Let us tell you that trade war is going on between the two countries since the beginning of this year.

The US president said in the interaction after the G20 summit, "We have a good meeting with Chinese President Xi Jingping. Best, I would call it the best. We have talked on different issues and now we are coming back on track. The resumption of talks between the two countries has given relief to investors and many companies. For the past few years, there is relief from the ongoing trade war between two big economies of the world.

It is expected that any official statement will be issued soon by the two countries. Trump said in his statement that he is ready for a historic deal with China. However, there is no information about the discussion between the two leaders. At the same time, there is no information about what the two countries have decided on the Huawei. On Saturday, US President Donald Trump met the world's largest leaders, including Chinese President Xi Jingping. Along with this he also met the Saudi Arab Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

America has banned a Chinese company. There is no comment in this regard yet. The United States has accused the Chinese government for spying on the hawaii. In the dispute between the two countries, the US has increased the tariff on Chinese goods from 10 per cent to 25 per cent. After which China also imposed a counter-claim on American products.

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