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Jan 9, 2020
January 9, 2020
Chinese Vice Premier Liu He will head to the US on January 13 for a three-day visit to sign "Phase One" of a US-China trade deal, China's Ministry of Commerce has announced.
US President Donald Trump said on December 31 that the "Phase One" deal with China would be signed on January 15 at the White House. Mr Trump also said he would sign the deal with "high-level representatives of China", and that he would later travel to Beijing to begin talks on the next phase.
The Beijing delegation is travelling next week on the invitation of Washington
The first phase of a US-China trade deal was reached last month, and is expected to cut tariffs and boost Chinese purchases of US farm, energy and manufactured goods while addressing some disputes over intellectual property.
No version of the text has been made public, and Chinese officials have yet to publicly commit to key points such as increasing imports of US goods and services by $200 billion over two years.
The United States launched a trade war against Beijing a year and half ago over allegations of unfair practices, such as theft of US intellectual property and subsidies that unfairly benefit Chinese state-owned companies.
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Updated: January 9, 2020 11:55 AM
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