May 25, 2024

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The United States wants an open dialogue with China about the first phase of the trade agreement - Globo Rural Magazine

The United States wants an open dialogue with China about the first phase of the trade agreement – Globo Rural Magazine

U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai said on Monday she would hold “open” talks with her Chinese counterpart on the implementation of the first phase of the Sino-US trade agreement. In strategic and international studies in Washington, the administration of US official Joe Biden has conducted a “comprehensive” review of bilateral relations with China in recent months, which he called “competitive and complex.”

In the case of the United States, although some points of the first phase of the trade agreement were passed, the agreement did not significantly resolve some of the issues that were considered fundamental (Photo: Pixabe)

“For a long time, China’s non-compliance with global trade rules has undermined the prosperity of Americans and others around the world,” Toy said, which, in the eyes of the government, is good for American workers. He said the main purpose of the White House would be to grow the economy to create more jobs in the country. “As a U.S. trade representative, I would like to fulfill President Biden’s vision for a labor – oriented trade policy in the U.S. – China trade movement,” the Washington trade representative said.

From the mother’s point of view, the first phase of the agreement included intellectual property and technology exchanges and China’s “limited commitments to purchase US goods, particularly the US agricultural sector stabilizing the export market” but our analysis showed that while the obligations in certain areas were fulfilled, some business interests benefited, while others had shortcomings ” He thought.

According to a U.S. official, the truth is that the trade agreement did not “substantially” address some of the key U.S. concerns about China’s practices. “Despite the first phase agreement, the Chinese government is pouring billions of dollars into targeted sectors and shaping its economy at the behest of the state – undermining the interests of workers in the United States and around the world,” he explained.

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During the conversation with Chinese officials, the mother said she would discuss Beijing’s performance in compliance with the agreement and the industrial policies of the Asian country. “Our aim is not to burn trade tensions with China,” he said.