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United States, China, to evaluate the „phase one“ pact, August 15 – WSJ SECRETARY POMPEO: When I hear the Business Roundtable Talk, they are very concerned about topics that go beyond mere shareholder returns, so- If we are serious, we have to deal with long-term value creation; In other words, the understanding that without the ability to act worldwide under a set of fair and equitable rules, that the system will not work, there cannot be, in the WTO or elsewhere, a number of rules for almost every nation and another for China. Agricultural Policy Advisory Committee (APAC) „Report of the Agricultural Policy Advisory Committee on the North American Free Trade Agreement,“ unpublished document. To Chinese negotiators who dealt with a president they thought was unpredictable, Kushner`s words at least offered security, say people familiar with the episode. They also recognized a chance: the agreement would not force them to make economic policy changes that Washington had long insisted on. J. Abramson: Abramson. „The U.S.-Mexico trade pact pits huge armies of Capital Hill lobbyists against each other,“ the Wall Street Journal, April 25. Peterson, E.W.F. (1991). „The implications of a free trade agreement with Mexico for U.S. grain and oilseed exports,“ in American Farm Bureau Federation, NAFTA: Effects on Agriculture, Park Ridge, Ill.: American Farm Bureau Research Foundation. The United States and China plan to hold high-level talks on August 15 to assess their „phase 1“ trade agreement amid the painful relationship between the two economic superpowers in recent months, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing people briefed on the case.
Earlier, it had been reported that the White House had reached an „agreement in principle“ with Beijing on trade, sources briefed on the talks said Thursday, but it could be tighter than the „phase 1“ agreement promised by U.S. President Donald Trump in October. Ultimately, the decision on relations between our two countries will largely depend on the direction of Secretary General Xi Jinping and the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party. In recent years, they have chosen a travel direction that has become increasingly aggressive, whether at home with their own people and what is happening in Xinjiang, or whether it`s overseas in the South China Sea, or trade and economic issues. There is another China than 10 or 15 or 20 years ago, a direct consequence of the decisions taken by the Chinese Communist Party, which forces the United States to take real action, to take serious action, that the Trump administration has taken to protect the American people and, in fact, to build alliances around the world so that the West can continue to win. Cloud, D. S. (1993a). „The decisive vote is collapsing the trade walls with Mexico.“ Congressional Quarterly (November 20): 3174-3179. Last month, President Donald Trump said he had no immediate intention to pursue a phase two trade deal with Beijing because of what he called a „severely damaged“ relationship between the United States and China. Trump has repeatedly accused China of the spread of coronavirus.