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  1. BJ700

    That wont happen. The trade war will continue.

  2. Sermsak Songsiridej

    Removing tariffs means giving up revenue for the state. Billions of them, according to Trump. How dare China come up with the idea of rolling back tariffs ?

  3. Awais Rana

    China is a paper superpower can't face even india.

  4. VAN月

    During the trade war, three bankrupt businessmen were at the soup kitchen talking about why they went bankrupt and came here.

    "I went bankrupt because I bought food at a high price. They say I'm disrupting the market." "Said the first.

    "I went bankrupt because I bought food at low prices. They say I'm hoarding." "Said the second.

    "I went bankrupt because I bought food at the regular price. They say I'm a CCP spy." "Said the third.

  5. encinobalboa

    Trump getting results.

  6. Spaide man

    USA felt their butt burning and couldn't take the heat anymore, hence the phase out tariff.

  7. Pub Comrad

    While the CCP controls 100% of the news inside 🇨🇳China, it sends thousands of trolls, the so called 50 Cent Army, here to exercise their freedom of speech 😂

    Their task is to MANIPULATE public opinion to the CCP propagandas.
    They praise China at all cost,  click Like China on all issues. On the other hands,  they belittle anyone else and try to muddy obvious facts.

    Some commenters don't even know English but still make comments by using online Chinese-English translators.  As a result, some comments look awkward and have dumb meaning. 😣

  8. Pub Comrad

    China🇨🇳never honored what it signed – cheater.
    Remember Hong Kong, militialization of SCS islands, UNCLOS, CFC-11 gas, illegal fishing nets, Paris agreement?

  9. Pan- Shot

    She’s fine

  10. FHINNY FIN

    NO!! DON'T REMOVE THE TARIFFS IMPOSED DURING TRADE WAR!!! DON'T LET CHINA WIN THE TRADE WAR!!!CHINA MUST BE SANCTION FOR SENDING PLA MILITARY TO HONGKONG, PLA MILITARY WEARING POLICE UNIFORMS, CAUSED BRUTALITY, SHOOTINGS, VIOLENCE, PERVERSION OF YOUNG GIRLS IN JAIL, BRUTAL TREATMENT OF KIDS!

  11. 李寒

    关注

  12. q p

    brilliant. they know if he says it isnt true his stockmarket will crash. they trumped him. lol

  13. SONG BUNNY

    China: You can lift your tariffs now
    US: No you lift it first
    China: No you…

  14. K C Koay

    Waging Trade War and hoping to bring China to its knees, to begin with, is a function of misconception, and strategic miscalculation.

    Sun Tzu, he said: “Underestimating the strength and resolve of the opposition or adversary, and conversely overestimating one’s own strength and ability, is a sure way to failure.”

    For those bigots who would not reason, it serves to reflect and take a cue from: (1) the overwhelming evidence of China’s unwavering resolve and action to defend world trade and global supply chain; and (2) the way the Chinese companies are rising to the challenge with their solemn and progressive attitude towards business. To the Chinese, good business strategy has never been a zero sum game.

    When the Trump administration with all its national and geopolitical might trying to crush Huawei, its CEO, Ren Zhengfei has this to say to the western media:

    “The American companies are our strategic partners. They were our teachers. Although our dependence on them today is no more as profound, we will continue to buy from them, and work with them, if permitted.”

    Starbucks, which has long dominated the Chinese coffee market, currently has over 4,000 stores spread across 160 cities in the country. To top that, the company has announced plans to build 600 new stores annually over the next five years in China to double the number of its existing stores to 6,000 by 2022 across 230 cities.

    McDonald's in Beijing opened in 1992, and today it has 2,700 restaurants, with an ambitious plan to increase that to 4,500 by 2022. There are over 5,900 KFC outlets in more than 1,000 Chinese cities. Pizza Huts, on the other hand, operates 2,000 outlets. In fact, Yum!Brand, which owns both KFC and Pizza Huts, is so bullish about China’s market that they’re planing to rollout 2 restaurants on a daily basis!

    At its sales peak in 2017, General Motor sold over 4 million vehicles in China. That is 42% of its total sales worldwide, and 1 million units more than what it had sold in the US in the same period!

    Nike’s sales in China increased by 21% to $5.1 billion in 2018, or 15% of its global sales of $34.5 billion. Whereas its sales in the US had decreased by 2%.

    China made up 13.8% of Boeing’s (which competes directly with Airbus) $100 billion revenues in 2018.

    Intel’s sales to China in the meantime, grew by 27% year-on-year to $18.8 billion in 2018, or 27% of its sales worldwide. In the case of Qualcomm, their dependent on China’s market is even more profound; with $15.1 billion or 67% of its 2018 sales revenue coming from China.

    Ask these American corporate chieftains. Their answer will be:

    There is no winner in decoupling. Not for the US, nor for China. Definitely not for the rest of the world.

  15. IMA RUSSIAN

    when will china cut the $150 BILLION fentanyl exports to the usa?
    did you say never?

  16. Jiqun Wu

    good news

  17. JF DING

    This is a gamble of 600 billion vs. 20 billion chips, and the last 20 billion chips won the game.

  18. Mikko Shen

    tariff gets back to beginning, with more buying from China, fentanyl control, China accelerated removing some financial & industrial regulations & bringing down some tariffs…. is that correct?

  19. 漢仔

    Congratulation. When China say so, it means 99.99% settled. Unless US throw tantrums again. I doubt they will. They are at a loss of what to do.

  20. Jim Kun

    So what’s the point of the trade war ?! What exactly did the dotard accomplish other than phasing out the tariffs that he put on China ? LoL

  21. billy qmt

    keep the tariffs on, China will make fake deal.

  22. Qlue Qlue Qlue

    Hahahaha Trump needs the trade deal soooo much.

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