In a statement, the White House press secretary said that Beijing would agree to buy "a not yet agreed but…
In a statement, the White House press secretary said that Beijing would agree to buy “a not yet agreed but very significant” amount of US agricultural, energy, industrial and other products to “reduce trade balance between our two countries . “
During the talks at the G20 meeting, the two superpowers agreed to delay additional taxes on each other’s goods over the next 90 days – during what time will they try to overcome severe differences, including” forced transfer of technology protection against intellectual property rights, non-tariff barriers, cybercrime and cyber theft. “
The President’s general conclusions on the trade agreement did not match the more detailed descriptions of Chinese states.
The White House did not respond immediately to a CNBC request for comments overnight.
Political viewers quickly raised the contrast between Trump’s high proclamations and the official statement from the White House.
Trump’s comments “show that his main priority is the appearance of being a big business maker,” said Mintaro Oba, a former US Department of Public Prosecutor, specializing in Korea’s Obama administration. “It does not matter to him what the details are, as long as he looks strong to his followers.”
“As regards all that is associated with him, especially offers, things can not only be good, they have to be best,” continued Oba.