China's concessionary mood sparks hope US tariff deadline may be extended
“Any actual deal will be a long process,” Professor William Overholt, senior research fellow at Harvard University’s Asia Centre, told the South China Morning Post. President Trump referred at the weekend to the recent slowdown in the Chinese economy as an “incentive” for its government to negotiate
Chinese vice-premier Liu He’s surprise appearance at Monday’s negotiations may be a sign that Donald Trump’s deal-making prowess is extracting concessions from China
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