Trump did not rule out a trade deal between the US and China at the next G20 summit

The head of the White house at the same time noted that China should treat the United States fairly, but does not do it yet.

The US President Donald trump admits that Washington and Beijing will conclude an agreement on the settlement of bilateral trade disputes on the sidelines of the upcoming G20 summit in Argentina. The head of the White house confirmed this by answering questions from journalists on Monday before flying to Mississippi.

Trump was asked whether he is ready to achieve in Buenos Aires during the G20 summit a trade deal with Chinese President XI Jinping, who is also expected to take part in this soon international summit. “I could. I mean, it could have happened. We have good relations”, – said the head of the US administration.
The final analysis is that China should treat us fairly. They didn’t. They should treat us fairly, “Trump added.

As Chinese Deputy Minister of Commerce Wang Shouwen said on November 23, Beijing hopes for the success of the talks between Donald Trump and XI Jinping on the sidelines of the G20 summit, which will be held in Buenos Aires from November 30 to December 1.

Negotiations between the US and China on trade issues was suspended in mid-September, when it was canceled the visit of a Chinese delegation to Washington, headed by Vice-Premier of the state Council Liu Xe in response to the introduction of trump administration increased duties on imports from China. Since September 24, customs duties in the amount of 10% on goods imported from China, the total value of which is estimated at $ 200 billion, have entered into force in the US. China responded with a tariff of 5% to 10% on imports from the United States in the amount of 60 billion dollars. At the same time, Trump expressed his intention to start a new stage of implementation of restrictive measures and, if Beijing decides to take retaliatory steps, to introduce additional tariffs for Chinese goods and services.