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DELEGATION TO VISIT US ON TRADE ISSUES
    2018-08-17  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A CHINESE delegation led by Vice Minister of Commerce Wang Shouwen will, at the invitation of the U.S. side, visit the United States this month to talk with the U.S. counterpart on bilateral economic and trade issues of their own concern, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.


Wang is also the deputy China international trade representative. The U.S. delegation will be led by David Malpass, under secretary for International Affairs at the U.S. Department of the Treasury.


China has reaffirmed its stance of opposing unilateralism and trade protectionism, and not accepting any forms of unilateral restrictive trade measures, according to the MOC.


China welcomes dialogue and communication on the basis of reciprocity, equality and integrity, according to the statement.


The meeting would be the first between senior Chinese and U.S. officials since June 3 talks in Beijing between Vice Premier Liu He and U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross ended with no settlement.(Xinhua)


Following that, Washington imposed its first round of 25 tariffs on US$34 billion of Chinese goods July 6. China responded with similar penalties on American imports.


The Trump administration is due to impose similar increases on an additional US$16 billion of Chinese imports Aug. 23. China’s government has issued a list of American goods for retaliation.


Separately, China has said it is prepared to put additional tariffs on 5,207 goods imported from the United States with a total value of US$60 billion, ranging from liquefied natural gas to some aircraft.


The move was in response to a threat from Washington to increase tariffs on US$200 billion worth of Chinese goods to 25 percent from 10 percent.


Chinese officials say the tariffs have yet to make an impact on the country’s economy, with its exports even beating forecasts in July.


The threatened tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods could have “some direct impact” on industrial production, employment, foreign trade and commodity prices, but “the overall impact is generally controllable,” Cong Liang, spokesman at the National Development and Reform Commission, told reporters on Wednesday.



(Xinhua)

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