Sino-American trade talks make positive progress over 3 consecutive days.
Joseph Corr

2019-01-17 10:41:00 Thu ET

Sino-American trade talks make positive progress over 3 consecutive days as S&P 500 and global stock market indices post 3-day win streaks. Asian and European stock markets reap sharp gains primarily due to cautious optimism over the results of complete trade negotiations between China and America. In this new light, stock market analysts view these trade talks as serious and productive because these talks extend to the third day with some concrete trade war resolution. The 3-day trade negotiations between mid-level Sino-U.S. senior reps end on a positive note and also help clear the way for subsequent higher-level trade talks. All these joint effects aim to avert any further major escalation of the Sino-American trade war in early-March 2019.

The Xi administration pledges to buy more U.S. goods and also seeks to improve the best practices on Chinese intellectual property protection. The trade talks can help reduce the Sino-American trade deficit by a substantial dollar amount. In turn, the Trump team emphasizes the clear intention to ensure Chinese compliance with *continual verification and effective enforcement*. Thus, the Trump administration continues to restrict Chinese investments in critical technology transfers from U.S. tech titans such as Apple, Amazon, Google, Intel, Microsoft, and Qualcomm etc.

 


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