originally only planned trade talks between the United States and China are to be continued on Wednesday. US negotiators Steven Winberg said in Beijing, in addition, the talks had previously run well. Details were not initially known. President Donald Trump , said on Tuesday via Twitter that negotiations are making good progress.
"The talks with China are going well!", he wrote on the short message service Twitter. The negotiators did, however, in Beijing, first in silence to the Details of the negotiations.
Talks with China are going very well!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 8. January 2019
it became Known, however, that China comes to the USA with a further Opening of the agricultural market. For the first time since one and a half years, the Chinese government issued on Tuesday re-import approvals for genetically engineered plant varieties.
"It's a gesture of good will to the solution of the Trade," said a representative of the American agricultural Association. The United States have been demanding greater Opening up of China for agricultural products and are the largest exporter of genetically modified crops. China is the largest importer of soybeans and rapeseed in this area.
continued on Wednesday
originally scheduled for two days of scheduled talks would be extended, said a member of the U.S. Delegation in Beijing: The negotiations would continue on Wednesday. On Tuesday and lasted until late in the night.
US trade Minister Wilbur Ross had already been shown on Monday confident: There is a "very good prospect" to reach an agreement, he said. The trade dispute have made the Chinese economy"".
On Monday had included China and the USA their first trade talks since the US President Donald Trump and China's head of state Xi Jinping in December, a 90-day Pause in the customs dispute had agreed.
Trump and Xi had agreed on the sidelines of the G20 summit, the collection of other duties for up to 90 days suspend. At the talks in Beijing, it comes to further steps. The period running up to 2. March.
The United States accuses China of unfair trade practices and theft of intellectual property. In the course of the conflict, both sides have been coated with punitive tariffs. Recently they reaffirmed their readiness to reach an agreement.
Malmström in Washington
The U.S., China accuse of unfair trade practices and theft of intellectual property. In the course of the conflict, both sides have been coated with punitive tariffs. Recently they reaffirmed their readiness to reach an agreement.
The ongoing trade war creates additional uncertainties in the financial markets about the economic development in the United States, China and around the world. The Concerns are due to the standstill of the US government.
In the conflict to the threat of US punitive duties on European cars was on Tuesday EU trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström in Washington expected. She was supposed to meet on Wednesday the US trade representative Robert Lighthizer. The EU Commission had reported on Monday a sharp increase in imports of U.S. soybeans and sees this as "part of the implementation" of the previous agreement with Trump in the Trade war. (fal/sda)
Created: 08.01.2019, 18:33 PM