Published: Fri, August 23, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Chinese designer blames Trump's tariff war for denied visa

Chinese designer blames Trump's tariff war for denied visa

China's trading partners see it as a technical issue that hampers the opening up of the China market.

Meanwhile, a report in the Washington Post pointed out that President Trump is slowly coming out of the denial mode that trade war will not breed a recession.

"We hope the United States and China can meet each other halfway and find a solution, " Gao said.

I'm taking on China on trade.

President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he's the "chosen one" to wage a trade war with China and asserted that he's winning.

Trump also said on Tuesday that he was not yet ready to make a trade deal with China. But the USA officials are more concerned that Chinese moves will erode the industrial leadership of America.

China has called looming USA tariffs a violation of accords reached by Trump and Xi Jinping, vowing retaliation.

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The bilateral negotiations are also stuck by what should follow after the deal is signed. China's Ministry of Commerce Thursday urged the United States to correct its faulty practices in anti-subsidy probes against Chinese products after the World Trade Organization (WTO) recently again ruled that USA countervailing measures were inconsistent with WTO rules.

China's Commerce Ministry warned the U.S. against further escalating the trade war as it urged Washington not to proceed with new tariffs against Chinese imports, some of which are set to take effect September 1.

In March 2018, a Section 301 investigation, conducted by the U.S. Trade Representative's office, concluded that Beijing was engaging in state-sponsored intellectual property theft.

The United States has imposed 25 percent tariffs on $250 billion of Chinese products. The president said he was "put here by people to do a great job".

Negotiators talked by phone August 13 and agreed to talk again within two weeks, Gao said. He later postponed the tariff hike on about 60 percent of those goods to December 15.

Due to their lopsided trade balance, Beijing is running out of goods for retaliation but has tried to pressure Washington by delaying customs clearance for USA companies in China and postponing issuing licenses in insurance and other fields.

Beijing appealed to Washington to "meet China halfway" and end a tariff war after Trump said Americans might need to endure economic pain to achieve longer-term benefits.

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