President of US-China Business Council Craig Allen states that a trade deal should be within reach if Trump and Xi show courage at G20.
Daisy Harvey

2019-07-15 16:37:00 Mon ET

President of US-China Business Council Craig Allen states that a trade deal should be within reach if Trump and Xi show courage at G20. A landmark trade agreement between China and the U.S. should be attainable insofar as Presidents Trump and Xi have the courage to compromise on some particular aspects of the trade deal. This compromise can be difficult for both leaders, whereas, both sides signal the positive intent that Sino-U.S. trade negotiations should get back on track.

Allen indicates that setbacks are quite normal in most bilateral trade negotiations. Perhaps the China-U.S. trade envoys, Liu He and Robert Lighthizer, seem to agree to a major trade deal *in principle*. However, the legal details may not fully reflect mutual agreement for both presidential leaders. The Trump administration calls for significant bilateral trade deficit removal and better intellectual property protection and enforcement in China. Yet, the Chinese Xi administration expects all future fair trade practices to be realistic with reasonable product procurement, market access, and technology transfer etc. Respecting these fundamental interests can help both sides reach a tractable solution. In essence, Allen suggests that addressing these concerns helps China achieve sustainable economic growth in the long run.

 


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