US, China Trade Negotiators Rush To Strike A Deal Before Trump Tariffs Hit | The Daily Caller

Negotiators with the United States and China continue to haggle over the terms of a potential trade deal as President Donald Trump’s deadline of March 1 creeps closer.If no deal is reached by the deadline, Trump may extend the date or hike tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods, raising tariffs from 10 percent to 25 percent. (RELATED: China Promised The US A Lot On Trade, And Trump Team Is Holding Its Feet To The Fire To Follow Through)“It can be said that we are now in the sprint phase, and both negotiating teams are working towards the goal of reaching an agreement within the deadline, but some problems are still quite complicated to resolve,” a Chinese official familiar with the negotiations told Reuters.

Source: US, China Trade Negotiators Rush To Strike A Deal Before Trump Tariffs Hit | The Daily Caller

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