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    美国坐地起价,中国就地还钱。
    老美叫个高价谈不成叫了也没用
     
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    刘鹤,还是岐山,谁会是新时代的李鸿章呢?
     
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    https://site.parkvv.com/finance/index.php?app=forum&act=threadview&tid=14050453

    社评:中美磋商落幕,贸易冲突朝谈判倾斜
    送交者: qa[♂中书令★★★♂] 于 2018-05-04 7:27 已读 285 次 [​IMG]
    17:52:00 环球时报环球时报分享





    举世瞩目的中美贸易磋商4日在北京落下帷幕。据新华社消息,双方在两天的时间里进行了坦诚、高效、富有建设性的讨论。双方均认为,发展健康稳定的中美经贸关系对两国十分重要,双方应致力于通过对话磋商解决经贸纠纷。

    中美代表团就扩大美对华出口、双边服务贸易、双向投资、保护知识产权、解决关税和非关税措施等问题充分交换了意见,在有些领域达成了一些共识。

    双方认识到,在一些问题上还存在较大分歧,需要继续加紧工作,取得更多进展。双方同意就有关问题保持密切沟通并建立相应工作机制。

    这一结果应当说与很多观察家之前预期的差不多:中美没有达成结束贸易冲突的协议,但双方愿意保持对话进程,在谈判与贸易战之间,天平开始朝前者倾斜。

    回顾过去两个月中美就贸易问题开展的角力,堪称中美关系前所未有的一段震荡经历。从北京的角度看,中方自始至终保持理性,敢于斗争,坚如磐石,为捍卫国家利益和中国人民的利益赢得了主动。

    细读上面的谈判结果,不难看出,它们与美方一开始的漫天要价已经有了很大差别。不能不说,这首先是因为前一段时间中国对美施压的反制和斗争产生了效果。这次对话在北京举行,美方主动派团前来,而且其主要贸易官员倾巢出动,这与美方悍然出台301对华关税计划和随意威胁再对1000亿美元中国商品加征关税相比,已经是一个不同的姿态。

    据接近谈判的人士透露说,在3日和4日的对话中,中方代表团对来自美方的莫须有指责进行强力回击,始终站在维护自由贸易和多边贸易体制的道义制高点上,态度坚定不移。这一打一谈,让美方一再确认了中国绝不拿核心利益做交易的决心,中国是压不垮的,这对华盛顿来说变得空前可信。

    此轮贸易冲突被舆论广泛称为“贸易战”,美国是进攻方,中国是防守方,但是中国的意志和韧性都超出了白宫和世界舆论的想象。时至今日,北京打破了华盛顿先声夺人的心理优势,在气势上夯实了自己的阵地,中美平等的谈判地位通过斗争真正建立了起来。

    这次中美贸易战对中国形成前所未有的考验,它是对中国实力以及勇气、智慧的全面检阅。北京这一次展现出的驾驭力充分对应了中国成长为大国之后所面对的复杂性,我们的社会则在风险面前显示了震动世界的团结。中国在面对一场不希望面对的贸易冲突时做到了一个大国应有的稳健和成熟。

    中美当然不可能通过一次对话就解决所有纠纷,但作为两个大国,中美斗则两伤,搅动全球;合则两利,福及整个国际社会。这个道理在过去两个月里被越来越多人认识到了。中美谁也吓不倒谁,寻找最大公约数对打破僵局更加有效。两国继续搞“比谁先眨眼”的游戏,已经没有意义。

    中国的确在为公平贸易而斗争,为维护世界多边贸易体系斗争,这是全球化时代的正义事业。我们所捍卫的权益远远超出中国自身的利益边界,这场斗争可以看成是人类命运共同体成长中的烦恼。中国人民勤奋劳作、诚实交易,我们没做错什么,所以襟怀坦荡。中美贸易战无论还要打多久,怎么收场,其最终结局都不可能是对勤劳和诚实的背叛。
     
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    https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-wa...ina-trade-imbalance-by-end-of-2020-1525419253

    U.S. Wants $200 Billion Cut in China Trade Imbalance by End of 2020
    Americans also seek halt to Chinese government support for advanced technologies


    Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin in Beijing on Thursday. PHOTO: JASON LEE/REUTERS
    By
    Lingling Wei
    Updated May 4, 2018 7:04 a.m. ET
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    BEIJING—The U.S. handed China a lengthy list of demands on trade as part of this week’s talks, from cutting the trade imbalance by $200 billion to halting Chinese government support for advanced technologies—requests Beijing called “unfair.”

    The wide-ranging demands from the U.S. also sought a slashing of tariffs on imports of American products and a promise from Beijing it wouldn’t retaliate against U.S. penalties and trade restrictions. They were contained in a document, reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, handed to Chinese officials ahead of their trade talks Thursday and Friday.

    Those negotiations, which came after weeks of tit-for-tat trade penalties and escalating rhetoric about a trade battle, wrapped up Friday.

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    A statement released Friday afternoon by the official Xinhua News Agency described the talks led by Vice Premier Liu He on the Chinese side and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on the U.S. side as “frank, efficient and constructive.” It said both parties reached agreements in “some areas” but there remained “significant disagreements over certain issues.” The two sides agreed to set up a “working mechanism” to keep communications going, the statement said.

    U.S. officials didn’t immediately comment on the negotiations, and declined to comment on the document. The trip to China by a bevy of senior U.S. officials—which also includes U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer —was approved by President Donald Trump to see if Beijing was willing to make significant changes in policy.

    The document containing U.S. demands described the U.S.-China trade relationship as “significantly imbalanced.” It noted that U.S. investment and sales of services into China remain “severely constrained” and added that China’s industrial policies “pose significant economic and security concerns” to the U.S.

    Chinese officials believed the proposal was “unfair,” according to people with knowledge of the negotiations.

    To address the unbalanced trade relationship, the U.S. document offered an eight-point plan to Beijing and called for China to change its policies within a year or two. It also said the U.S. was ready to negotiate on the proposals.



    U.S.-China Trade Tensions: What Business Leaders Say
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    With increasing trade tensions between China and the U.S., top executives at the Wall Street Journal D.Live conference talk about how that will affect business. Published last month.
    Before leaving for Beijing on Tuesday for the trade talks, Mr. Lighthizer said that Washington wasn’t looking to change China’s system but to make sure the U.S. wasn’t a “victim” of it. Many of the demands laid out in the U.S. document, however, amount to a request to substantially alter the way China manages its economy.

    The first U.S. request is for China to reduce the bilateral trade deficit by at least $200 billion by the end of 2020. The U.S.-China bilateral deficit in goods was $375 billion last year. President Trump has repeatedly said he wanted China to slash the figure by $100 billion a year.

    The U.S. also demanded that China immediately stop providing subsidies and other assistance for advanced technologies outlined in the government’s Made in China 2025 plan. The initiative aims for China to dominate future frontiers of manufacturing and industry, from robotics and aviation to new-energy vehicles.

    The U.S. also asked China to cut tariffs on “all products in non-critical sectors” to levels that are no higher than the levels that the U.S. applies to imports, according to the document.

    In addition, the U.S. asked China to guarantee that it won’t hit back at the U.S. for any actions taken in the disputes over intellectual property. It also asked that China withdraw its challenges in this area at the World Trade Organization.

    In particular, Washington sought agreement from Beijing that it not “target U.S. farmers and agricultural products.” The U.S. is especially sensitive to lobbying from American farmers about the trade dispute because they are an important part of the Republican Party’s base and will have an outsize impact in the midterm elections in November.

    Mr. Trump has made China a central focus in his economic policy, saying China’s unfair trade practices favor big Chinese companies at the expense of American businesses.

    In the past few months, the Trump administration has increased pressure on Beijing about trade, levying tariffs that have hit Chinese solar panels, steel and aluminum. Mr. Trump is also threatening levies on as much as $150 billion in Chinese imports and restrictions on Chinese investments in the U.S. in a dispute about intellectual property rights.

    According to the document given to Beijing, the U.S. asked China not to “oppose, challenge or otherwise retaliate” against its imposition of restrictions on Chinese investments.



    The Tech Arms Race Driving the U.S.-China Trade Dispute
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    “Made in China 2025” is Beijing’s industrial plan to dominate high-tech industries including robotics, aerospace and computer chips. The Trump administration argues China is using the plan to give its tech companies unfair advantage over foreign rivals. But what is it exactly?
    Last month, China responded with its own tariffs and proposed penalties on U.S. goods, including farm products, autos and airplanes. It is also holding up approvals for multibillion-dollar takeover deals being pursued by U.S. firms including Qualcomm Inc. and Bain Capital.

    In addition to tariff cuts, the U.S. asked China to immediately and fundamentally change how it approves foreign investment. China approves investments from overseas after receiving applications from foreigners. The U.S. wants investments to be generally open aside from certain restricted sectors such as defense, with prohibited areas published on a “negative list.” That approach was a central issue in bilateral trade negotiations during the Obama administration. The Trump administration halted those talks but still wants the practice to be significantly changed.

    The U.S. trade group is giving Beijing until July 1 to issue an “improved nationwide negative list” for foreign investment, according to the document.

    The U.S. also proposed that both sides meet quarterly to review Chinese progress in meeting agreed-upon targets. If Beijing fails to comply with the demands, the document says, the U.S. would impose additional tariffs or other import restrictions on Chinese products.

    The U.S. team consisted of senior officials with varying views on China, including Treasury Secretary Mnuchin who was seen as looking for a deal on financial services to calm markets. The group took a united position in the document, reflecting the more hard-line views about China held by Mr. Lighthizer and White House trade adviser Peter Navarro. Mr. Trump shares those views.

    —Bob Davis contributed to this article.

    Write to Lingling Wei at lingling.wei@wsj.com
     
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    https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/u-s...th-or-probably-not-this-year-at-all-1.3910393

    U.S. on NAFTA deal: Either this month, or probably not this year at all

    根据以上新闻, 在美国商界重要人物全体出动在中国两天之后, 美国将在本月集中精力攻下改进的nafta协议。

    从中国的角度出发,最好是希望nafta不要达成,因为一旦大北美可以达成协议, 美国必然会更轻松的重新布局全球产业链,一方面把低工资产业从中国移向墨,另一方面用投资利诱墨西哥方面配合建墙和防范非法移民,而同时核心产业的布局也会带动其他相关企业撤资中国。

     
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    在美国提出不公平不正义的条件下, 在英明雄主的光辉领导下, 是乘势大国崛起民族复兴,还是自扇耳光放弃2025,答案是显而意见的。

    请飞来克向问天补充发言,其他民族战士踊跃提供火药。

    @飞来客
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    以后你散布假新闻的时候不要@我。
     
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    这是华尔街见闻的文章啊, 请您在有关贸易的主题谈大国外交有错么。
     
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    中国政府缺少有江湖经验的高参啊,美国现在对中国已经不是贸易战了,而是技术冷战,或者是核心竞争力的大战。这次美国已经动用了超限战思维中的不按常理出牌。最近中兴事件,民意反美情绪高涨。何不借力打力,默认群众反美示威,让毛左暂时上台表演,老美还折腾啥六条?老美最怕的中国毛左又得势。那就演个戏给他看,你是想继续在2025项目和中兴华为等事继续威胁,还是愿意看到中国被毛左控制?
     
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    擦,还演嘛戏呀,都知道习大大就是最大的毛左。:D
     

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