U.S-China Trade Discussions Going No-where by Design – Expect More Trump Tariffs and More Beijing-DPRK Missile Tests…
Posted on October 9, 2019 by sundance 6park.com
Despite Wall Street headline writers trying to frame an opposite reality, President Trump has no disposition toward making a trade deal with China. Conversely, China has no intention of changing the closed and state-controlled structure of their economy. That’s the reality amid a trade dance that is going absolutely no-where.
This quote is priceless: “We can add the Diplomatic war to the Financial war, Currency war and Technology war, that we already have,” John Browning, managing director at brokerage BANDS Financial in Shanghai, said in a note to investors.
The Chinese position is thus:
REUTERS […] The U.S. demand that the Chinese Communist Party fundamentally change how it directs China’s massive economy to shift to a more Western model of free-market capitalism is irrational and misguided, a Chinese diplomat in the United States said.
“What we achieved during the past few decades shows that our system is good for development in China,” the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
China would not ask the United States to shift to an economy that relies heavily on state-owned enterprises, or ask it to start fully funding education, as China’s does, he said, so why should Washington expect the same from Beijing?
“We hope to strike an agreement but also accept the differences,” the diplomat added. (read more)
Speaking to reporters in Washington, Trump said: “If we can make a deal, we’re going to make a deal, there’s a really good chance.” “In my opinion China wants to make a deal more than I do,” Trump added. (link)
In an attempt to change their diminishing economic position and create leverage Beijing fires DPRK rockets.
The response from President Trump – The U.S. Department of Commerce on Monday blacklisted video surveillance firm Hikvision and 27 others, days ahead of the talks.
The Commerce Department barred the technology and artificial intelligence companies from doing business with U.S. firms, citing human rights violations of Muslim minority groups in Xinjiang. Chinese officials said the action interfered with China’s sovereignty. (Full Story) 6park.com
China has forcibly detained over one million Muslims in a brutal, systematic campaign to erase religion and culture in Xinjiang. China must end its draconian surveillance and repression, release all those arbitrarily detained, and cease its coercion of Chinese Muslims abroad. 6park.com
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Today, I am announcing visa restrictions on Chinese government and Communist Party officials believed to be responsible for, or complicit in, the detention or abuse of Uighurs, Kazakhs, or other Muslim minority groups in Xinjiang. 6park.com
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US' visa restrictions on Chinese officials seriously violate the basic norms that govern international ties, and interfere with China's internal affairs, besides undermining China's interests. #Xinjiang does not have the so-called human rights issue, as claimed by US: Chinese FM 6park.com
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This ongoing dynamic is not going to end….
Communist China and Chairman Xi Jinping are trying to wait-out President Trump hoping he doesn’t get re-elected in 2020. President Trump is using communist China’s strategy of waiting-him-out as an opportunity, and somewhat of a smart excuse, to put more punishment on Beijing.
President Trump has been very clear in his objective. However, President Trump has also been clear that he sees little possibility of any trade-agreement.
There is not going to be a U.S-China trade agreement.