Member of the political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee said, as the United States and China should resolve their differences

© RIA Novosti / Sergey Pathiterator in fotobanka Jiechi. Archival photoMember of the political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee said, as the United States and China should resolve their differences© RIA Novosti / Sergey Pathiterator the image Bank

The US and China must find a way of resolving issues through negotiations conducted on the principles of equality and mutual benefit, said a member of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Communist party of China (CPC Central Committee) Yang Jiechi.

Earlier, U.S. President Donald trump said that he was getting closer to the conclusion of a trade agreement with China.

It is reported that Yang Jiechi met Wednesday with assistant to the President for homeland security John Bolton, discussed bilateral relations.

«U.S.-China trade relations are mutually beneficial. Both sides should through equal and mutually beneficial dialogue together to find a solution», — quotes the words of Yang the website of the Chinese foreign Ministry.

In turn, Bolton said that the President of the United States Donald trump is looking forward to meeting with President of China XI Jinping during the G20 summit.

A trade war between China and the United States began after July 6, 2018, entered into force mutual increased customs duties between these countries. USA imposed a duty of 25% on 818 import of goods from China total volume of supply in 34 billion dollars a year. As a countermeasure, China on the same day, imposed a duty of 25% on import of equivalent amount of American goods.

In late September, entered into force the new US tariff of 10% on goods from China import volume at $ 200 billion a year. China introduced in response to the fee at the rate of 10% and 5% on American imports with a volume of $ 60 billion.

Member of the political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee said, as the United States and China should resolve their differences© Infographical war, the United States

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