BEIJING – Negotiations between high-level US and Chinese executives ended in Beijing on noon in the afternoon without any communication from both sides, according to an American government official, since two weeks remain until the end of President Trump's term for the United States Trade conflict with China
It was not immediately clear whether Robert Lightgizer, United States Sales Representative, and Finance Minister Stephen Mnucchin made progress in solving any complex issues that were shared by both parties. The officer spoke on the condition of anonymity, since the talks are not public.
Many questions, like how to deal with the technology sector, have been pushing for a long time between the United States and China. Many high-tech issues also change and develop along with the sector, which makes it especially difficult to implement a long-term deal.
"In particular, in the areas of technological regulation and standards, it will be the Whac-a game – at best," said James Green, who was the main sales representative of the United States Embassy in Beijing until August. Now he is a senior non-resident at Georgetown University.
having reached an agreement and threatening to raise tariffs on Chinese goods by 200 billion dollars to 25% from 10%. But Mr Trump suggested this week that he could give China more time if the talks show progress.