America postpones next tariff hike after China trade discussions

The United States of America and China have imposed massive tariff on billions of dollars that worth of each other’s goods over the last 15 months, which hampered the global economy so badly. According to the latest buzz, the government of the USA has agreed to suspend its next round of tariffs hike on the imports of China after two days’ pf trade talks that held in Washington.

The president of the United States, Donald Trump said that the negotiators had reached a phase 1 deal which would include technological theft, increased agricultural purchases and different financial services. Chinese top negotiator Liu He told that he was extremely happy with this progress. America was due to increase tariffs on some Chinese goods to about 30 percent next week.

American share markets which had boosted on reports of a deal fairly higher, but represent some increment in the final minutes of trade because it became clear any deal was comparatively limited. Mr. Donald Trump said that, “We have come to an agreement, that pretty much urge to getting it written.” Additionally, negotiators would start discussing extra phases as soon as this set of deals is put to paper.

The US president said that he might sign the agreement alongside the president of China Xi Jinping at a United Nations summit in Chile in the month of December. America has claimed progress in the past on similar problems, like increased foreign exchange as well as currency and agricultural purchases, without the trade war being resolved.

The top trade negotiator of the USA, Robert Lighthizer said that, another planned tariff gains in December 2019, remains on the table. Lobby group farmers for free trade stated that the promise of hiked agricultural purchases by China to between $40bn and $50bn, as reported by the administration of the Donald Trump.