As part of the phase one trade deal signed in Washington last week, China agreed to buy additional US$200 billion worth of American goods and services over the next two years, including US$32 billion worth of agricultural products. Photo: ReutersAs part of the phase one trade deal signed in Washington last week, China agreed to buy additional US$200 billion worth of American goods and services over the next two years, including US$32 billion worth of agricultural products. Photo: Reuters
As part of the phase one trade deal signed in Washington last week, China agreed to buy additional US$200 billion worth of American goods and services over the next two years, including US$32 billion worth of agricultural products. Photo: Reuters

Trade war: China’s US imports under phase one deal not ‘one-sided obligation’, Chinese scholars say

  • China agreed to buy additional US$200 billion worth of American goods and services over the next two years as part of the deal signed in Washington last week
  • Scepticism remains over whether China can deliver the promised purchases as the ‘framework is based on the principles of the market economy’

Topic |   US-China trade war
As part of the phase one trade deal signed in Washington last week, China agreed to buy additional US$200 billion worth of American goods and services over the next two years, including US$32 billion worth of agricultural products. Photo: ReutersAs part of the phase one trade deal signed in Washington last week, China agreed to buy additional US$200 billion worth of American goods and services over the next two years, including US$32 billion worth of agricultural products. Photo: Reuters
As part of the phase one trade deal signed in Washington last week, China agreed to buy additional US$200 billion worth of American goods and services over the next two years, including US$32 billion worth of agricultural products. Photo: Reuters
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