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China and the United States agree to restart economic and trade consultations between the two countries. The United States will no longer impose new taxes on China.

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Osaka, Japan, held the G20 summit from Friday to Saturday (28th to 29th). After a day of meetings, the global outlook turned to Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Trump. On Saturday (29th), the Osaka International Convention and Exhibition Center began to hold the “Study Conference” which was expected from all walks of life at 11:50 in the morning. It ended in 80 minutes. After the meeting, China and the United States agreed to restart the economic and trade consultations between the two countries.

US President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping began an 80-minute meeting on Saturday morning. At the beginning of the meeting, Xi Jinping and Trump advanced the venue, the two shook hands. At the beginning of the game, Xi Jinping set the tone for the talks, which was called directional steering for the relationship between the two countries; Trump hoped that China could talk about fruitful results.

From the expression, Trump is much more “skinny” than Xi Jinping, and even pulls the opponent toward himself when shaking hands.

The U.S. participants included US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, and White House Trade. Consultant Peter Navarro, National Security Adviser John Bolton, White House Senior Advisor Ivanka Trump, White House Senior Consultant Jared Kushner, Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney ) and White House social media director Daniel Scavino.

Chinese representatives include Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Vice Premier Liu He, Minister of Commerce Zhong Shan, Director of the Central Office of the CPC Central Committee Ding Xuexiang, Director of the Office of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the CPC Central Committee Yang Jiechi, Director of the Central Office Ding Xuexiang, National Development and Reform Commission The main peak of the Lord and the Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai.

Xi Jinping: China and the United States are both wounded and hurt

Xi Jinping first spoke at the meeting, referring to the 40-year friendship between China and the United States, and expressed hope for a peaceful outcome. He said that the international situation and the Sino-US relations have undergone major changes in the past 40 years, but the basic facts have not changed. That is, China and the United States “coordinating the two benefits, fighting is hurting, cooperation is better than friction, and dialogue is better than confrontation.” He is willing to exchange views with Trump on the fundamental issues of development, and to guide the ruling of the relations between the two countries and promote Sino-US relations based on coordination and cooperation.

Trump later said that he has a good relationship with Xi Jinping, but we want to do some trade-related things, which I think is actually very easy to do. He said that he has been with Xi Jinping for a long time. “We have become friends. My trip to Beijing with my family is one of the best things in my life. I think today will be a fruitful talk.”

He mentioned that the Sino-US trade negotiations in the 11th round of China and the United States ended without results. Trump said that the two sides “have been very close (achieving the goal), but there have been some things that have made the progress slightly backward, but now we It is close to some.”

Trump said that if the two countries can reach a trade agreement, it will be “historic”; however, he did not release the signal that he will make concessions and the results that the two sides may reach today, and refused to answer questions from the media about Huawei.

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