Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He (left) and US President Donald Trump hold up signed copies of the phase one trade deal between their countries in January. Liu is expected to hold a video conference this week with the US side to discuss the deal. Photo: DPA Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He (left) and US President Donald Trump hold up signed copies of the phase one trade deal between their countries in January. Liu is expected to hold a video conference this week with the US side to discuss the deal. Photo: DPA
Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He (left) and US President Donald Trump hold up signed copies of the phase one trade deal between their countries in January. Liu is expected to hold a video conference this week with the US side to discuss the deal. Photo: DPA

US-China trade war: Beijing will honour phase one deal by opening financial sector wider, its central bank chief says

  • Vice-Premier Liu He is expected to hold a video conference this week with US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to discuss the trade deal
  • Central bank governor Yi Gang says Wall Street’s trading houses will be allowed to have exclusively owned brokerage operations in China

Topic |   US-China trade war
Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He (left) and US President Donald Trump hold up signed copies of the phase one trade deal between their countries in January. Liu is expected to hold a video conference this week with the US side to discuss the deal. Photo: DPA Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He (left) and US President Donald Trump hold up signed copies of the phase one trade deal between their countries in January. Liu is expected to hold a video conference this week with the US side to discuss the deal. Photo: DPA
Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He (left) and US President Donald Trump hold up signed copies of the phase one trade deal between their countries in January. Liu is expected to hold a video conference this week with the US side to discuss the deal. Photo: DPA
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