Title: Talks to End U.S.-China Trade War Now Shift to Make-or-Break Rounds
Subtitle under photo: Trade negotiators, including Ted McKinney, the undersecretary for trade and foreign agricultural affairs, right, in Beijing on Tuesday.
By Keith Bradsher
Jan. 9, 2019
“In a statement after the talks ended, the United States trade representatives office said the two sides had discussed Chinas pledge to buy a substantial amount of American agricultural, energy and manufacturing products.
Negotiators also focused on White House concerns about Chinas approach to intellectual property protection and its practice of so-called forced technology transfer, the statement said.”