Donald Trump Demands 'REAL DEAL' with China Despite Shaken Stock Market

Donald Trump Demands 'REAL DEAL' with China Despite Shaken Stock Market

Donald Trump Demands 'REAL DEAL' with China Despite Shaken Stock Market

U.S. President Donald Trump, who rattled global markets Tuesday after declaring himself "a Tariff Man", predicted in a series of tweets Wednesday the United States and China would negotiate a new trade deal.

The China Daily also published a commentary on Tuesday noting the 90-day period, explaining it was a truce and saying the USA would likely escalate the trade war if no permanent deal was achieved.

The two leaders will immediately begin negotiations on intellectual property, non-tariff barriers, cybersecurity and more.

Following the Trump-Xi talks, which took place over dinner at the end of the G20 summit, Washington agreed to hold off on Trump's threat to slap 25 per cent tariffs on Dollars 200 billion worth of Chinese goods from January 1, leaving them at the current 10 per cent rate.

The U.S. president a day earlier had said the ceasefire could be extended but warned tariffs would be back on the table if the talks failed and that he would only accept a "real deal" with China.

United States liquefied natural gas was also absent from China's shopping list in October, following Beijing's move in September to impose a retaliatory 10 per cent tariff on U.S. supplies.

Washington, but not Beijing, has also said China will cut import tariffs on American cars.

The world's two largest economies reached a 90-day trade truce Saturday after Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping met at the G-20 summit in Argentina.

Chinese purchases of the goods collapsed after Beijing imposed tariffs on them in retaliation for U.S. import taxes.

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"President Xi and I want this deal to happen, and it probably will. And it'll have an incredibly positive impact on farming, meaning agriculture, industrial products, computers - every type of product". Even if the tariffs are lifted now, the United States crop is becoming less competitive in the Chinese market as the harvest season approaches in South America.

The disarray surrounding the China deal coincides with a global economy that faces other challenges: Britain is struggling to negotiate its exit from the European Union.

"When people or countries come in to raid the great wealth of our nation, I want them to pay for the privilege of doing so".

Volkswagen AG and Daimler AG executives both said they thought the chances that new tariffs will be imposed had been lessened following the meeting.

One of the agreements signed were of China to remove auto tariff. Those lower rates suggested that investors expect the USA economy to slow, along with global growth, and possibly fall into recession in the coming year or two.

Trump has exaggerated the effect of the tariffs on USA revenue.

'The actual amount of concrete progress made at this meeting appears to have been quite limited, ' Alec Phillips and other economists at Goldman Sachs wrote in a research note.

"China's discussed these things with the USA many times down through the years and the results have not been very good", he said. The downside for China is that it also needs USA sourced LNG as its insatiable gas demand expands amid Beijing's mandate that gas make up at least 10 percent of its power generation energy mix by 2020, with further earmarks set for 2030.

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