The Chinese and US negotiators are set to kick off two days of the official trade discussions in Beijing as the top two global economies try to mark their weeping economic dispute. Oppression to seal a treaty before the March deadline weakened before the discussions as US President Donald Trump recommended he was open to extending a trade armistice, depending on the progress in Beijing. In December, Trump enforced sharp tariff hikes on $200 billion of Chinese imports to permit time for the negotiators to work a resolution to the pointed spot.

The two global powers have already hit tariffs on more than $360 billion in two-way trade, which has measured on their manufacturing sectors and shaken international financial markets.

The US officials including US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will meet with the top czar of China Liu He and governor of  Central bank Yi Gang as both side target for building on progress made in Washington in the last month.

Lower level officials reached earlier for what the White House called initial meetings starting recently. The expectation for a trade deal has developed as China confronts pressure from decelerating economic growth and fainted global markets bang the US President and his economic advisors.

Chinese President Xi Jinping plans to meet with the top US officials in Beijing in this week, as per the report in the South China Morning Post, reinforcing expectations for the discussions and the markets in Asia.

The US President also told he expects to meet with Xi for upholding a trade deal “at some point”.

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