Chinese state media struck an optimistic note on trade talks between Chinese and US officials after US President Donald Trump threatened to impose tariffs on up to $150 billion in Chinese goods over allegations of intellectual property theft. The English-language China Daily saw a "positive development" in the two days of talks in an agreement to establish a mechanism to keep the dialogue open, despite "big differences", as part an effort to resolve trade disputes. The newspaper said the biggest achievement was "the constructive agreement between Beijing ...
China state media sees positives in trade talks with US
China's state-run Xinhua news agency described the talks as 'constructive, candid and efficient' but with disagreements that remain 'relatively big'