Bloomberg TV Interviews CCG President On Trump-Xi Summit

Wednesday,Dec 05, 2018

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December 3rd, Dr Wang Huiyao, was interviewed at CCG Beijing headquarter by Bloomberg TV China correspondent Tom Mackenzie, expressing his perceptions about the talks between President Xi and President Trump at G20 last weekend.

Dr Wang commented on the significance of the initial agreement between China and the US to put a temporary stop to the trade war. Noting the achievement shows the willingness of President Xi and President Trump to de-escalate tensions, and hoped that this would be reflected in proposals created by each nation’ working teams.

In regards to the trade deficit, Dr Wang pointed out that attempts have been made by China to ease this issue and that this is a relatively simple issue to resolve, whereas larger structural issues may require more time.

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