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    livingeverywhere 一直在被删帖,还被不停的各种限制发言,哈哈,等CFC被联邦调查就好玩了嘛,坐实了中共狗腿的名 ID:82225

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    据说上周就开始传闻
     
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    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/10/11/tru...-a-substantial-phase-one-deal-with-china.html

    Trump says US has come to a substantial phase one deal with China

    KEY POINTS


    • The U.S. has come to a “very substantial phase one deal” with China in the high-stakes trade negotiations between the two economic superpowers, President Donald Trump said Friday.
    • “Phase two will start almost immediately” after the first phase is signed, Trump said in the Oval Office alongside Chinese Vice Premier Liu He.
    • Both sides in the long-running talks, which resumed at the top level this week, have signaled optimism about coming to an agreement of some sort in the near future.


    The U.S. has come to a “very substantial phase one deal” with China in the high-stakes trade negotiations between the two economic superpowers, President Donald Trump said Friday.

    “Phase two will start almost immediately” after the first phase is signed, Trump said in the Oval Office alongside Chinese Vice Premier Liu He.
    The first portion of the trade deal will be written over the next three weeks, Trump said. It will address intellectual property and financial services concerns, along with purchases of about $40 to $50 billion worth of agricultural products by China, Trump said.

    It’s a “tremendous deal for the farmers,” Trump said.

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    President Donald Trump, right, shakes hands with Liu He, China’s vice premier, during a meeting in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019.
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    Asked what changed between these trade negotiations and prior discussions — talks broke down in May, for instance, leading to a sharp rise in tensions and the imposition of tariffs on billions’ worth of goods — Trump said it’s because this deal is “bigger.”

    Liu, asked the same question by CNBC, summed up the difference as “cooperation.”


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    Asked what changed btwn April - the last time Pres Trump said deal was four weeks away - Trump said it’s bc this deal is “bigger.”

    The Vice Premier, also asked to comment on what changed, did not interrupt Pres. Trump but leaned back in his chair and said to me: “Cooperation.”

    Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin also announced the Oval Office that the White House has scrapped a new round of tariffs on imports of Chinese goods, which were set to go into effect Oct. 15.

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    Secretary Mnuchin says new tariffs won’t go up next week: Javers

    “We have a fundamental understanding of the key issues, but there is more work to do,” Mnuchin said, CNBC’s Eamon Javers reported.

    Mnuchin even said that the U.S. will be evaluating whether to rescind its decision in August to designate China a “currency manipulator.”

    There’s still “more work” to do, Mnuchin cautioned, but “we’ve made a lot of progress over the last two days.”



    Both sides in the long-running talks, which resumed at the top level this week, have signaled optimism about coming to an agreement of some sort in the near future.

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped more than 300 points on the day.

    Earlier Friday, Trump said in a tweet that Washington and Beijing are sharing “warmer feelings” during this round of talks than in the “recent past.”

    The president later assured that “When the deal is fully negotiated, I sign it myself on behalf of our Country. Fast and Clean!”

    One of the great things about the China Deal is the fact that, for various reasons, we do not have to go through the very long and politically complex Congressional Approval Process. When the deal is fully negotiated, I sign it myself on behalf of our Country. Fast and Clean!


    David Dollar, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, told CNBC that “the two sides are not discussing a trade treaty that requires congressional approval.”

    “It is a more informal agreement in which China will undertake to do certain things such as buy U.S. agricultural products and the administration will undertake not to follow through with the next rounds of tariffs. Since those tariffs do not require congressional approval, the administration can postpone or cancel without that approval,” Dollar said.
     
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    We have ships, they have ships.

    We have planes, they have planes.

    But stupid things could happen
     
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    Peter Navarro: USMCA is more important than a deal with China


     
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    https://business.financialpost.com/...ee-impeachment-as-leverage-to-pass-trade-deal

    USMCA Advocates See Impeachment as Leverage to Pass Trade Deal

    (Bloomberg) — U.S. companies and trade groups that want lawmakers to approve a new trade pact with Mexico and Canada are making the unusual bet that the impeachment drama in Washington could actually help get the deal through Congress.Industry coalitions and smaller firms have increased their lobbying in recent weeks in a bid to get the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement ratified before the presidential race heats up early next year. Yet, while that timetable would put the USMCA squarely in the path of the intensifying impeachment probe of Donald Trump, deal supporters say they see that as a potential advantage.

    They’re wagering that House Democrats led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi will want to show voters that the party can still do other business while investigating the president. That would blunt criticism from Trump and Republican allies who have faulted Pelosi and Democrats for focusing too much on impeachment.

    “As we get deeper and deeper down the rabbit hole of impeachment, the speaker is going to have to demonstrate that the Democratic majority in the House can continue to move legislation — and this, I believe, is the lowest-hanging fruit,” said Phil Cox, co-chairman of Trade Works for America, a coalition of companies and organizations that represent farmers, ranchers, automakers and others.

    It’s up to Pelosi to decide when the pact gets a vote. While she has said she wants to “get to yes,” she hasn’t committed to a timetable as a Democratic working group meets with the White House officials to amend provisions on the environment, labor rights, drug-patent protections and overall enforcement of the pact.

    The trade groups say they think the renegotiated deal could win support from both political parties.

    Even though Democrats may be reluctant to hand the president a victory, many will be motivated to show voters they can make progress on kitchen-table issues, he said.

    “Considering what a rambunctious time it is here in Washington, we’re optimistic that this will happen,” Murphy added. “The gaps have been narrowed very considerably, and a lot of the many different actors in this town have their own compelling reasons to move forward on this.”Murphy pointed out that meetings have intensified between U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and the Democratic working group. He said he thinks the parties are potentially close with a “very serious objective” to get a handshake agreement before the House goes on recess from Friday until Nov. 12. Legislative text for a vote could follow shortly the lawmakers return, he said.

    The USMCA would replace the North American Free Trade Agreement, which has been in place since 1994. The USMCA Coalition says that U.S. trade with Canada and Mexico supports 12 million American jobs and reached almost $1.3 trillion in 2017.

    Murphy said the chamber has facilitated more visits by businesses and associations to Capitol Hill to meet with lawmakers about the USMCA than any other issue, including 14 of the so-called fly-ins since Labor Day alone. It broadcast television ads in Michigan and New Mexico last week to encourage voters to call their representatives to support the USMCA, with spots continuing elsewhere as part of a six-figure campaign. The group has targeted about 100 Democratic members for outreach, especially freshmen lawmakers.The bipartisan Trade Works for America is focusing on 45 congressional districts in 21 states with Democratic members where Trump won in 2016 or are very competitive, Cox said. The group is seeking to double the 300,000 contacts it’s made with voters within the next 45 days, urging them to call or write their representative to support USMCA.

    Even smaller businesses are adding their voices. Two executives from North Carolina-based Kontoor Brands Inc., which produces Wrangler and Lee apparel, came to Washington last week to meet with about a dozen Democratic House members and staff to urge them to pass the USMCA before Thanksgiving.The company is telling lawmakers that jobs in their district would be at risk without a trade deal, because the company has 75 U.S. suppliers that employ about 75,000 workers, many of whom make zippers and other components for jeans produced at the company’s Mexican facilities. Scott Deitz, vice president for corporate relations, said Kontoor has also offered to help arrange meetings between the suppliers and their representatives.

    “We’re not important enough of a company to boil the ocean, but what we can do is partner with our suppliers in a way where we might be able to punch above our weight a little bit,” Dietz said.

    If Pelosi brings USMCA to the floor, there should be enough votes to pass it, said Joe Crowley, a former 10-term Democratic representative from New York who is honorary co-chairman of the Pass USMCA Coalition, a separate effort of business groups.

    While some Democrats won’t vote for the pact under any circumstances, others are working to put their imprint on it by making changes — something that hadn’t happened before this year, he said.

    “Is this the greatest trade agreement since sliced bread? No, it’s not,” Crowley said. “But there’s no such thing as a perfect agreement.”

    While Trump has been tweeting about “do nothing Democrats” and “Nervous Nancy Pelosi” taking too long to act on USMCA, other members of the administration have saying positive things about one of the president’s favorite nemeses.

    There is “considerable positive momentum” for passage before the end of the year, in part because of how Pelosi has handled negotiations, Trump economic adviser Larry Kudlow said during an Oct. 22 speech at an infrastructure forum in Washington.

    “I know that President Trump has his political differences with Speaker Pelosi,” Kudlow said. “But I will also say that Speaker Pelosi on USMCA has been cooperative, and accommodative and accessible.”
     
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    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/china-us-sign-trade-deal-131904931.html

    China, US to sign trade deal on Nov. 17 in win for Trump


    Zhang Zhicheng, director of the Intellectual Property Protection Department of the Intellectual Property Office, promised "strict protection, protection, protection, and protection" of the innovations U.S. companies bring when they do business in China. Zhang's office will enforce penalties against companies found to have lifted U.S. intellectual property, he said.

    The announcement adds to a drumbeat of market-opening promises by the communist government, which is trying to make China's cooling, state-dominated economy more productive.

    Beijing also will ease restrictions on foreign competitors in some newly opened finance businesses, the Commerce Ministry said.

    Complaints about Beijing's technology ambitions helped to spark its tariff war with President Donald Trump.

    TRUMP: US-CHINA TRADE DEAL'S PHASE ONE AHEAD OF SCHEDULE

    Trade negotiators are working out details of an Oct. 11 agreement under which President Donald Trump delayed a planned tariff hike on Chinese imports. Trump said Beijing agreed to buy more American farm goods in exchange, though China has yet to confirm details of its commitment.

    Business groups welcomed the agreement as a possible step to breaking a deadlock in the 15-month-old conflict, though the two sides have yet to report progress on their core disputes over Beijing's trade surplus and technology policies.

    Those include complaints from Washington, Europe and other trading partners that Chinese development plans are based in part on stealing or pressuring companies to hand over technology.

    Authorities will be banned from "explicitly or implicitly" pressuring companies to give up technology, said a ministry official, Ye Wei.

    CHINA SAYS PART OF PHASE ONE TRADE DEAL WITH US 'BASICALLY COMPLETED'

    That pledge, if carried out, builds on a law enacted in March that prohibits use of "administrative tools" to force companies to give up industrial secrets. Business groups said that might leave officials free to use other leverage.

    "Administrative organs may not implicitly or explicitly force the transfer of technology by foreign investors or foreign-invested enterprises," Ye said.

    That still leaves open the question of foreign companies that are required to work through joint ventures with Chinese partners. For such ventures to function, the foreign partner often must hand over technology or teach a potential competitor how to develop its own.

    China is trying to appeal to foreign companies, some of which have postponed or shifted investments to other countries out of concern about the impact of U.S. and Chinese tariff hikes.

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    A ministry statement also promised to "eliminate all restrictions on the scope of business" of foreign banks, securities companies and fund managers. It pledged to "remove the requirement on total assets" for establishing a foreign-owned bank."We will move faster to open finance industries," said a deputy commerce minister, Wang Shouwen.

    Wang gave no details, but business groups say high requirements for capital might keep foreign investors out of Chinese financial industries. They say restrictions on licensing and operations also might discourage potential competitors.

    Beijing has issued a series of market-opening promises over the past two years including abolishing limits on foreign ownership of companies in auto manufacturing, securities, banking, insurance and futures trading.

    Full foreign ownership of futures traders will be allowed as of Jan. 1, followed by mutual fund companies on April 1 and securities firms on Dec. 1. Until now, foreign investors have been limited to owning 51% of such businesses.
     
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    七宗罪和三段论 ---彼得纳瓦罗

    US-China trade accord will require three phases: White House adviser

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-...hree-phases-white-house-adviser-idUSKBN1XB54S

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and China are on a good path to complete the first part of a trade agreement, but two additional phases will be needed to address all of China’s “structural deadly sins,” White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said on Friday.

    Navarro told Fox Business Network the linchpin of the agreement was an enforcement mechanism that would allow the United States to impose tariffs for any violations of the agreement, without fear of retaliation by Beijing.

    “We’re going to need three phases of the deal to deal with all the seven ... structural deadly sins of China,” he said.

    U.S. and Chinese officials on Friday said they had made good progress toward finalizing a “phase one” trade agreement after nearly 16 months of tariffs that have slowed global growth.
     
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    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/11/08/tru...fs-on-china-after-week-of-trade-optimism.html

    撤消关税, 分阶段撤消关税? 八字里没有半撇

    Trump says he has not agreed to roll back tariffs on China, after week of trade optimism
    PUBLISHED FRI, NOV 8 20199:59 AM ESTUPDATED 10 MIN AGO

    President Donald Trump said Friday he has not agreed to scrap tariffs on Chinese goods, dampening hopes about a coming resolution to a jarring trade conflict.

    “They’d like to have a rollback. I haven’t agreed to anything,” he told reporters before departing the White House on his way to Georgia. “China would like to get somewhat of a rollback, not a complete rollback because they know I won’t do it.”


    Stocks fell to their session lows following Trump’s comments, as optimism had risen about the prospects of the U.S. scrapping duties.

    Chinese Commerce Ministry spokesperson Gao Feng said Thursday that negotiators from Washington and Beijing “agreed to remove the additional duties imposed on each other’s products in different phases after they make progress” in striking a trade deal, according to a CNBC translation. Gao did not specify how much of the tariffs the world’s two largest economies would revoke.

    The U.S. and China have worked to sign what the White House has described as a “phase one” trade deal. Trump hopes to resolve outstanding gripes with Beijing’s trade practices, including forced technology transfers and intellectual property theft, while securing more Chinese purchases of U.S. agricultural goods.

    The Trump administration has slapped tariffs on more than $500 billion in Chinese goods, while Beijing has put duties on about $110 billion in American products. China has pushed for the U.S. to remove tariffs, which have the potential to wreak havoc on the global economy, as part of an agreement.

    The White House declined to comment on Trump’s remarks.


    Skepticism quickly grew Thursday about China’s statement that the U.S. agreed to roll back tariffs. Some administration officials and outside advisors opposed the prospect of scrapping duties, worrying it would reduce American leverage in ongoing talks, Reuters reported.

    On Thursday night, Trump trade advisor Peter Navarro also denied the reports. He told Fox Business Network that “the only person who can make [the decision to roll back tariffs] is Donald J. Trump.”

    Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping have looked for a venue to sign the first piece of the trade deal. They had planned to sign the agreement at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference in Chile later this month, before that country’s president canceled the event due to protests.

    On Friday, Trump said he and his Chinese counterpart would sign the first part of the deal in the United States. He has previously suggested the sides could meet in Iowa for the signing.
     
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    关税不关税的只是手段。 帮美国公司把资金设备人员安全地敦刻而刻大撤退,为美加墨大工业园区加速建设才是最终的目的。大家都是拖, 不过永远是买方说了算。
     
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    前众议院议长金里奇, no deal is the best deal!

    对土共中国的言而无信忍无可忍
    美国公司应该把生产力全部撤出中国

     
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    呵呵。赶紧滚,别说话不算话
     
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    这是我2018年6月份做的判断,

    既然川普当时就想好了大打出手就怕你不打, 估计没有三军对阵分个胜负他的目标还没有达到吧

    所以现在土共的想法绝对不是要协议, 而是要让川普选不上去才是第一要务。

    因为即使美朝交恶照样有对话, 如果公平贸易, 中国没有便宜可占, 又有什么好处呢, 还不如拖到哪一天算哪一天
     
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    呵呵。又来发癔症了
     
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    美企赶紧滚出中国!
    中国也长点志气,他们赖着不走,你就不能动手赶一赶吗?
     
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