American and Chinese officials are holding talks for a possible meeting between President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 summit in Argentina in late November, the White House said Thursday, as the world's two largest economies clash over trade.
"I know it's under discussion and has been for a while," Kudlow said.
"Just don't want to put adjectives or adverbs. I know it is under discussion, he said.
"It's not just logistics. They are going to be in the same city. It's the agendas, who is going to be in there, those kinds of things. My view is it's better to talk than not to talk," Kudlow said.
A trade conflict between China and the US has escalated as the two countries slap mounting tariffs on imports.
Trump is pressing China to improve trading conditions for US products and to end what US businesses say is widespread theft of their intellectual property.
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