US trade representative Robert Lighthizer (left) and Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He. Photo: Reuters

Donald Trump-Xi Jinping meeting to end US-China trade war may be pushed back to June, sources say

  • An April meeting has been described as less likely, but the two sides could be able to reach agreement by the middle of the year
  • One stumbling block appears to be the demand from some in the White House for an enforcement mechanism to ensure China lives up to its promises
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US trade representative Robert Lighthizer (left) and Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He. Photo: Reuters
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