"The two sides will also discuss China's promise to buy a substantial amount of goods and services from the United States," the White House said.
Among the delegates, Navarro is best known for his hard line views on trade. Last month, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had hit its worst weekly performance in ten years when Navarro said, "China is trying to steal our future."
The announcement came after Chinese officials met with the World Trade Organization on Monday. to begin the process of legal challenge to US tariffs on China's exports. China said US tariffs are "a manifest violation" of WTO policy. A US representative said at the meeting that China's claim was "unfounded," pointing out that China was blamed for "putting the overall WTO capability of the WTO system at risk." President Donald J. Trump announced today that the United States will welcome an official delegation from China to a series of meetings from 30 to 31
For the United States The trade talks are conducted by Robert Lighthizer, the United States Trade Representative (USTR). These include Minister of Finance Steven Mnuchin, Trade Minister Wilbur Ross, Assistant to the President for Economic Policy Larry Kudlow and Assistant to the President for Trade and Trade Manufacturing Peter Navarro. The US Presidents are accompanied by senior White House officials, the USTR, and the Agriculture, Trade, State and Finance Ministries.
The meetings are part of the agreement reached by President Trump and President Xi Jinping on December 1, 2018 in Buenos Aires to enter into 90-day negotiations to achieve necessary structural changes in China that affect trade between the United States and China Affect China. Both sides will also discuss China's commitment to buy a substantial amount of goods and services from the United States. Under the terms of this agreement, an official delegation from the United States of America traveled to Beijing from 7 to 9 January 2019 for trade meetings.
Meetings take place at the Eisenhower Executive Office building in the White House.
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