China lowers expectations for U.S. trade talks after blacklist: officials
Thursday, 10 October 2019 () Surprised and upset by the U.S. blacklisting of Chinese companies, China has lowered expectations for significant progress from this week's trade talks with the United States, Chinese government officials told Reuters, even as President Donald Trump on Wednesday expressed fresh optimism.
U.S. stocks sold off into the close Wednesday after Reuters reported that Chinese officials are lowering their expectations for the trade talks with the U.S. that are slated to begin on Thursday. Beijing is not happy with the U.S. government's blacklisting of 28 different companies ahead of the...
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NEW YORK, Oct. 11 (Xinhua) -- Wall Street finished Friday's session with solid gains, buoyed by progress in the latest round of trade talks between China and the... WorldNews Also reported by •Reuters •France 24