China and US Still Finger pointing on Trade Talks

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On May 20, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Lu Kang held a regular press conference.

Q: It is reported that US President Trump said on the 17th that the US and China actually have an agreement, but China has broken it. What is China's comment on this?

A: I don't know what the United States means by "agreement". The U.S. side may have always had an "agreement" of its own wishful thinking, but it is certainly not an agreement that China has agreed to.

The 11 rounds of economic and trade negotiations between China and the United States failed to reach an agreement. The fundamental reason is that the United States is trying to realize unreasonable interests through extreme pressure. This did not work from the beginning. Under the circumstances that the blackmail failed and caused widespread doubts and market turmoil in the United States and abroad, the United States tried to confuse the public and shift the responsibility, which was also futile. The sincerity and constructive attitude shown by China in the past 11 rounds of negotiations are obvious to the international community.

I would like to reiterate once again that Sino-US economic and trade negotiations can only succeed if they follow the correct track of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit.

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