China says that will never surrender to foreign pressure


Further comments by China’s foreign ministry

  • Says hopes to meet US halfway on trade talks
  • Says that tariffs are not the solution


This feels like similar comments to that we’ve seen at some point last year, no? I think that pretty much sums up where trade relations are going after last week’s meeting. As mentioned earlier, it looks like both sides are heading towards a stalemate and one that will draw out for quite some time over the coming months.

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