White House Commercial Adviser Peter Navarro said media reports on US-China trade talks are unreliable, even by appealing stories in the Wall Street Journal's "rubbish."
and do not believe anything you read in the Chinese or American press about these talks unless they come from the mouth of the president or counselor Lighthizer, "Navarro told CNBC" Squawk Box "on Friday. there will just be a lot of junk coming out of the Wall Street Journal and the People's Daily and everything in the middle, "Navarro said. "I have seen this movie before … There were all stories written and designed to shape the negotiations and they had no idea about them," Navarro said.
Navarro did not discuss specific stories or present evidence to support his position. The Wall Street Journal announced on Monday that some issues are considering new trade talks, including China, which does not increase US agricultural product purchases. Trump himself later confirmed that the lack of purchases was closed.
"People's Daily" is the official newspaper of the Communist Party in China. a calm period, "adding that US Trade Representative Robert Lahtiser will travel to Beijing in the near future with Secretary of the Treasury, Stephen Munchin.
Japan, after both sides charged billions of dollars for commodities to the other. said last week that the US should remove all existing tariffs for Chinese goods if there was a trade deal while Trump said that these tariffs would not be reduced
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