Bilateral talks aimed at reducing the United States (US) trade deficit with China have yielded some initial deals, but US firms say much more needs to be done as a deadline for a 100-day action plan expires on Sunday. The negotiations, which began in April, have reopened China's market to US beef after 14 years and prompted Chinese pledges to buy US liquefied natural gas (LNG). American firms have also been given access to some parts of China's financial services sector. More details on the 100-day plan are expected to be announced in the coming week as senior US and ...
US-China trade talks: More needs to be done as 100-day deadline ends today
However, the talks have sealed some initial deals