The White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders is on the wires now, via Reuters, offering more details on further US-China trade talks that will be held in Washington later this week.
Sanders noted that the US-Sino meeting will start again on February 19th, led by the US Trade Representative Lighthizer and will be attended by the US Treasury Sec. Mnuchin, Commerce Secretary Ross, White House Economic Adviser Kudlow and White House Trade Adviser Navarro.
Trade talks will focus on "needed structural changes in China that affect trade".
If so they'll get bogged down and an agreement won't be reached.
As well as China's pledge to purchase "a substantial amount of goods and services from the US".
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