The statements by the Trump administration came amid rising tension after US President Donald Trump issued an order on 10 May to impose additional taxes, up from 10% to 25% for US $ 200 billion of Chinese goods. Quoc, right at the moment the two sides are negotiating.
Mr. Trump even threatened to impose a 25% tax on all remaining goods imported from China worth about 325 billion USD.
In response, China raised taxes on US $ 60 billion of US imports from June 1.
Beijing last week said it is preparing a US retaliatory blacklist. AFP quoted the Chinese Ministry of Commerce as saying the blacklist includes “foreign businesses, organizations or individuals who do not comply with market regulations, deviate from the spirit of contracts, stop or stop providing Chinese businesses for non-commercial purposes, as well as seriously harm legitimate rights and interests of Chinese businesses. ”
The move is supposed to put pressure on foreign companies to maintain a commercial relationship with Huawei, amid many US and other companies’ claims to quit “with the Chinese group.
The ban has forced many US tech giants to stop doing business with Huawei. The Chinese side later threatened to launch a similar blacklist. Mr. Donald Trump threatened to increase import duties on many Chinese goods if President Xi Jinping did not attend the G20 Summit. held in the coming Japan.