China’s purchases of American goods have not been rising in accordance with the phase one deal, leading US President Donald Trump to threaten to scrap the accord. Photo: Martin ChanChina’s purchases of American goods have not been rising in accordance with the phase one deal, leading US President Donald Trump to threaten to scrap the accord. Photo: Martin Chan
China’s purchases of American goods have not been rising in accordance with the phase one deal, leading US President Donald Trump to threaten to scrap the accord. Photo: Martin Chan

US-China trade negotiators vow to save phase one deal on first call during pandemic

  • China’s Vice-Premier Liu He, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer spoke by phone on Friday to discuss bilateral trade
  • China is not close to meeting US purchase demands as part of phase one deal, with the coronavirus disrupting supply chains on both sides

Topic |   US-China trade war
China’s purchases of American goods have not been rising in accordance with the phase one deal, leading US President Donald Trump to threaten to scrap the accord. Photo: Martin ChanChina’s purchases of American goods have not been rising in accordance with the phase one deal, leading US President Donald Trump to threaten to scrap the accord. Photo: Martin Chan
China’s purchases of American goods have not been rising in accordance with the phase one deal, leading US President Donald Trump to threaten to scrap the accord. Photo: Martin Chan
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