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Nov 03, 2018
11:48AM

Donald Trump confident of fair trade deal with China

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US President Donald Trump has exuded the confidence of having a fair trade deal with China.

Trump is scheduled to meet the Chinese President Xi Jinping in Argentina on the sidelines of the G-20 Summit on November 30 and December 1.

Trump told reporters at the White House yesterday that it'll be a very fair deal for everybody, but it will a good deal for the United States.

The president added that he would have a dinner with Xi at the G20 summit, wherein they would be discussing the issue.

Trump sounded very optimistic about reaching a trade deal with China, or else, he warned, he was ready to impose a trade tariff of 25 per cent on another USD 267 billion worth of Chinese products.

Meanwhile, in an interview, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said China was the most important long-term strategic challenge for the US.

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