Prez Donald Trump presses China on North Korea and trade

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During China Visit, Trump Focuses on North Korea Threat and Trade

- townhall.com
10 Nov 2017
During his visit, Trump and Xi signed a joint $250 billion trade agreement, which includes a new $37 billion Boeing contract. Trump reminded Xi of promises made on the campaign trail: Trade between China and the U.S. must be more fair and beneficial to Americans.

North Korea, Trade High on Trump's Agenda in First Visit to China

10 Nov 2017
U.S. President Donald Trump makes his first visit to China next week, a key stop on his trip to the Asian region. In China, trade and North Korea are expected to top his agenda. Chinese officials have voiced confidence that the trip could bring some significant outcomes, but analysts in China say that depends largely on Trump's approach. VOA's Bill Ide has more from Beijing.
- newsheadline.press

Trump says he and Xi can solve probably all world s problems

- france24.com
10 Nov 2017
White House officials said Trump would underscore his public messages about North Korea during his private talks with Xi. China is North Korea's largest trading partner and Trump is expected to demand that the nation curtail its dealings with Pyongyang and expel North Korean workers from its borders. Trump has praised China for taking some steps against Pyongyang, but he ...

Trump Says US Will No Longer Be Taken Advantage Of On Trade

10 Nov 2017
Trump said China's trade surplus, which stood at $223 billion for the first 10 months of the year, was unacceptable, and repeated his language from Thursday when he said he did "not blame China" or any other country "for taking advantage of the United States on trade."
- malaysiandigest.com

Trump Declares

- drudgenow.com
10 Nov 2017
Mr. Trump arrived in Vietnam from Beijing, where he spent the previous two days with Chinese President Xi Jinping, whom he praised on Thursday as a "very special man." Mr. Trump said he had spoke openly with Mr. Xi about Beijing's trade practices and the U.S. trade deficit with China .

US will no longer be taken advantage of on trade, Trump tells Apec summit

10 Nov 2017
Mr Trump said China's trade surplus, which stood at 223 billion US dollars for the first 10 months of the year, was unacceptable, and repeated his language from Thursday when he said he did "not blame China" or any other country "for taking advantage of the United States on trade".
- onlinebaseweb.com

Trump Offers Trade to Asian Nations, But Only If They Play Fair

- industryweek.com
10 Nov 2017
Trump abandoned the 12-nation TPP -- a pact that would have covered 40% of the global economy -- just days after taking office, saying it threatened U.S. jobs. Regional partners worried the pullout would embolden China. Trump barely mentioned China -- where he just left after meetings with President Xi Jinping -- but made clear he wouldn't stand for what he called China's ...

In Japan, Trump and Abe Offer Alternative to China's 'Belt and Road

10 Nov 2017
Military-Industrial Triangle: Russia, Ukraine, and China Is China's Belt and Road Initiative Increasing Crime and Terrorism? What Do Americans Think About War With North Korea? Indonesia-Tunisia Relations: From Trade to Democracy Chinese Premier to Visit the Philippines to Strengthen Ties
- thediplomat.com

Trump, Xi Lay Out Competing Trade Visions At APEC

- thefulcrumpost.com
10 Nov 2017
The leaders of the US and China laid out sharply divergent visions for the future of global trade on Friday, with Donald Trump doubling down on his "America First" rhetoric, leaving counterpart Xi Jinping to defend the "irreversible" tide of globalisation.

Donald Trump praises China and blames US for trade deficit

10 Nov 2017
"Trade between China and the United States has not been, over the last many, many years, a very fair one for us," Trump told an audience of business leaders and journalists, describing the relationship as "shockingly" unbalanced and costing the US $300bn (£229bn) a year.
- theguardian.com

Trump lauds his Beijing meeting on trade as very productive

- gulf-times.com
10 Nov 2017
China may be mistaken in thinking it had done enough to address US concerns, and Trump could find people disappointed at home he didn't make more progress on items like market access and North Korea, Paul Haenle, Director of the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy in Beijing, said.

US, China can solve all global problems together

10 Nov 2017
Xi, who has been described by Trump as 'King of China' after the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) in its once- in-a-five-year Congress conferred him a second five-year term, also hosted Trump and his wife Melania at China's 15th century Forbidden City.
- economictimes.indiatimes.com

Trump Team Plans 250 Billion in Deals From China Visit

- bloomberg.com
10 Nov 2017
Representatives from more than 20 companies planned to accompany Trump, who arrived in Beijing on Wednesday and sits down for formal talks with President Xi Jinping on Thursday. Among the CEOs taking part in the visit are Kevin McAllister of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Steve Mollenkopf of Qualcomm and Keith Meyer of the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation, according to ...

Putin Hopes a 'Ukraine for North Korea' Trade May Be on the Table in Upcoming Meeting With Trump

10 Nov 2017
In ? Nang, Putin will have private meetings with the leaders of China, Vietnam, Japan and the Philippines; but the possible meeting with Trump is seen as crucial. North Korea, Syria and Ukraine could all be discussed, and an attempt may be made to somehow improve the critically depressed bilateral relations. The Kremlin-linked website Vzglad reports that hopes are reviving ...
- jamestown.org

China business deals signed during Trump's visit

- axios.com
10 Nov 2017
Between the lines: "Such contract signings are a fixture of visits to Beijing by foreign leaders and are intended to defuse foreign complaints about China's trade surpluses and market barriers," AP reports. But often these deals are already in the books and won't subtract from the U.S.'s trade deficit with China, which was $347 billion last year.

Trump tweets 'I don't blame China' for trade imbalance

10 Nov 2017
I don't blame China, I blame the incompetence of past Admins for allowing China to take advantage of the U.S. on trade leading up to a point where the U.S. is losing $100's of billions. How can you blame China for taking advantage of people that had no clue? I would've done same!
- blabber.buzz

Trump thinks U S China could jointly solve world's problems

- newsday.com
10 Nov 2017
Reacting from afar, Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., said Trump's comments "make the United States look weak and as if we are bowing to China's whim. ... Instead of giving China credit for stealing American jobs, the president should be holding China accountable." Menendez, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, is on trial for bribery.

A Few Beefy Trade Deals Won't Solve Trump's 300 Billion China Problem

10 Nov 2017
When Lord Macartney arrived in Beijing in 1793 seeking a solution to Britain's big trade deficit with China, Emperor Qianlong's response was peremptory: "I set no value on objects strange or ingenious, and have no use for your country's manufactures." Unable to wean its people off Chinese tea, Britain eventually closed the trade gap by turning to the drug trade.
- wsj.com

China underwhelmed by Trump

- theduran.com
10 Nov 2017
In other words, Donald Trump essentially read a Ross Perot campaign speech from 1992 in the heart of China in 2017, a country whose economic engine is unstoppable at this point. In this sense, Trump's lighthearted expressions of condemnation of past US leaders was something of an admission of Chinese strength, albeit a patronising one which underplays the fact that China's ...

Trump Unfair Trade Undermines

10 Nov 2017
President Xi said there is a wider and prosperous future for U.S.-China cooperation on trade, adding that $250 billion worth of business deals were signed during President Trump's visit to China and that, "Chinese investment in the United States is rising rapidly."
- cambodiantimes.com

I don't blame China' for trade imbalances

- wmda.mobi
10 Nov 2017
"China can fix this problem easily and quickly, and I'm calling on China and your great president to hopefully work on it very hard. I know one thing about your president. If he works on it hard, it will happen, there's no doubt about it," Trump said, prompting laughter in the room.

Trump says he and Xi can solve 'probably all' world problems

10 Nov 2017
Trump's comments came during his second day in China and after lengthy meetings with Xi. The day included announcements that the U.S. and China had signed agreements valued at more than $250 billion for products including U.S.-made jet engines, auto parts, liquefied natural gas and beef.
- cbc.ca

Trump says with China he can solve all of the world's problems

- smh.com.au
10 Nov 2017
Of interest to Australia, where foreign policy is being re-examined amid fear of potential conflict between China, Australia's biggest trading partner, and the US, its traditional security backer, Mr Xi said he and Mr Trump had agreed that "China and the US are the key influence countries in the Asia Pacific.

Trump Talks Trade And Eats With Troops

10 Nov 2017
"I feel confident that we'll be able to reach a free, fair, and reciprocal trade deal as we renegotiate our current five-year-old trade document," Trump said at a press briefing standing beside South Korean President Moon. "Currently, we are looking at ways of improving our economic relationship. I would like to thank President Moon for instructing his trade negotiators to ...
- dailycaller.com

Trump talks tough on trade in Vietnam, no formal meeting with Putin

- washingtonpost.com
10 Nov 2017
On Friday in Danang, Trump spoke in a country that is on friendlier terms with the United States, and his remarks seemed at least obliquely aimed at China. Trump expressed concerns about intellectual property, ensuring "fair and equal market access," product dumping, currency manipulation, predatory industrial policies and freedom of navigation.

China and U S Together Can Solve 'Probably All' Problems

10 Nov 2017
"The hosting of the military parade this morning was magnificent, and the world was watching. I've already had people calling from all parts of the world. They were all watching. Nothing you can see is so beautiful," Trump added. "So I just want to thank you for the very warm welcome, and I look forward to many years of success and friendship, working together to solve not ...
- pjmedia.com

New Deals or No Deals

- cato.org
10 Nov 2017
Trump's trade negotiators should start with Japan , in order to open long closed Japanese agricultural markets, such as beef, pork and dairy. President Obama's trade team already negotiated these issues with Japan through the TPP, and the terms agreed to there could serve as the basis for a U.S.-Japan FTA. This would help open up a big new foreign market to U.S. producers.

Trump threatens China over North Korea and trade

10 Nov 2017
North Korea has already signaled that it rejects the US ultimatum of "complete and verifiable denuclearisation" before the Trump administration will even consider negotiations and the relaxation of crippling economic sanctions. One North Korean official told CNN: "We don't care what that mad dog [Trump] may utter, because we've already heard enough." Iraq and Libya ...
- wsws.org

Trump concluded 37 trade deals in China, pressed Xi on drug linked to opioid crisis Window on the Real

- worldtribune.com
10 Nov 2017
U.S. President Donald Trump wrapped up his first trip to China by concluding dozens of major trade deals between American and Chinese firms and pressing Chinese President Xi Jinping to curb exports of a drug that contributed to 20,000 U.S. opioid overdose deaths last year.

Trump's 250bn trade deals with China under scrutiny

10 Nov 2017
The White House has unveiled a slew of agreements with China as President Donald Trump seeks to address an imbalance in trade. While Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross boasted a total of $250bn (EUR216bn) in business deals, getting to that figure may require some fuzzy maths.
- londonglossy.com

China media praises tone, outcome of Trump Times of India

- timesofindia.indiatimes.com
10 Nov 2017
"Both expressed their willingness to work with, instead of against, the other in dealing with the differences between their two countries, in particular over trade and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's nuclear programme," it added, using North Korea's formal name.
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