China-US re-engage in new batch of trade talks

Chinese and US delegates are meeting in Beijing to hash out some of their trade difference and possibly put an end in the trade war. The Trade War between the world two biggest economies has entered a new year and 2019 both countries are aiming to come to some real agreement.

US president Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping announced in December that the two super economies came to a truce. So far both sides have praised the talks as positive and constructive and both sides are actively engaged and are working to come to a resolution.

According to Aljazeera.com Asian financial markets have reacted positively to the meeting and discussion between the countries.

The talks will come to close tomorrow with both countries expected to refrain from issuing new tariffs and mitigate any further disruption to global financial market as well as the global economy.


By Mokgethi Mtezuka

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