Two leader of top two economy to meet at G20 summit to ease trade war tensions between two nations. Hope the meet bring global economy new lease of currents.
White House National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow said US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet next month.
Kudlow told reporters on Tuesday that the two leaders will “meet for a bit” in Buenos Aires at the G20 summit.
That meeting starts on November 30 amid an escalating trade conflict between the two countries.
Commenting on the trade relationship, Kudlow said, “Our asks are on the table, I’d love to see them respond. Thus far they haven’t.”
President Trump puts a lot of emphasis on building personal relationships with other leaders. But this brief meeting is unlikely to mean a swift end to US-China trade tensions. Or the tit-for-tat sanctions that followed.
The Trump administration has said it is ready to impose additional tariffs on all imports from China.
More recently, Washington has made clear it is displeased with the weakening of the Chinese yuan.