The Chinese president explains terms for ending the trade war with the US – demanding Trump stop bans Huawei technology and raises permanent rates
- Chinese President Xi Jinping has developed plans to present President Trump
- The Wall Street Journal reported the conditions of what he was looking for, just as Trump landed in Japan
- The two leaders meet on Saturday
- Trump's trade negotiators are more likely to meet counterparts
- China wants ban on US tech sales to telecom giant Huawei
- Xi also wants the US to lift the tariffs imposed by the Trump administration
Chinese President Xi Jinping is preparing to present President Donald Trump with a list of demands for ending the US trade war that has rattled markets while Trump is preparing to impose an additional $ 300 in rates.
The Wall Street Journal published China's latest demands almost exactly as Trump landed in Osaka.
One of China's most important demands is that the US will lift a ban on US technology sales to telecom giant Huawei, according to diary, who cited Chinese officials.
Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Osaka shortly before President Trump. He is preparing to present a list of demands to end the trade war because Trump is considering imposing $ 300 billion in additional rates
The Chinese also want the punitive rates imposed by the Trump administration for what Trump says to be a series of unfair and anti-competitive trade practices.
Chinese officials told the paper that Xi did not expect a & # 39; confronting & # 39; tone, but will describe how he sees the bilateral relationship working.
President Donald Trump, second from the left, attends the dinner with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, second from the right, in Osaka, Japan, Thursday 27 June 2019. Many of his top trade advisors are also present
Trump has fought against Chinese trade practices and accuses China of & # 39; jerking off & # 39; from the US.
Chinese officials predict that Xi is not expected to be a & # 39; confronting & # 39; would take on the tone with Trump
The attitude comes when Trump prepares to drop another $ 300 billion in tariffs on China if the two parties fail to reach an agreement.
Trump has complained that China was falling back from the commitments it had made in talks that were broken off in April.
He is accompanied by a team of his best negotiators: chief negotiator Robert Lighthizer, finance minister Steven Mnuchin, chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and adviser Peter Navarro.
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