China’s Xi Jinping offers trade concessions to US

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Xi Jinping offers trade concessions

Xi Jinping offers trade concessions

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Chinese leader Xi Jinping has pledged to lower car tariffs, improve intellectual property protection and open up the Chinese economy, addressing United States complaints in an escalating trade dispute.

Xi made his remarks on Tuesday at the Boao economic forum on the southern island of Hainan. He did not mention US President Donald Trump directly.

“China’s door of opening-up will not be closed and will only open wider,” Xi said in his first public speech since the outbreak of trade tensions between China and the US.

Also on Tuesday, it emerged that China filed a complaint against the US at the World Trade Organization (WTO) over steel and aluminium products tariffs imposed by Washington.

A document published on the trade body’s website showed that China had requested 60 days of consultations with Washington over the duties, which China believes are in breach with international trade rules. Full Story

It appears that Xi Jinping offers trade concessions, but it remains to be seen whether he will deliver.

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