China pleaded the US to take the more aspired view of its pledge to take measures to implement the bilateral trade shortage and said that the two countries should intensify strategic mutual tie up and neglect “ strategic, misjudgement”.

The statement of the Chinese Foreign Ministry published today after US President Donald Trump said approaches on a deal to finish the trade war with China are “moving well” after a telephonic conversation with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.

China has appealed to take assessments to step-up American imports and investments to meet the demand of US to impose the USD 375 billion bilateral trade deficit on 1st March 2019 is the limitation for imposing the initiatives.

In the past, China and US have inflicted tit-for-tat levy on over USD 300 billion worth of goods. An agreement extended between two countries on the margins of the G20 summit in Argentina in November postponed the imposition of further tariffs till March.

After the telephonic conversation of Trump with XI on Saturday on the ongoing trade discussions, Trump tweeted, “Just had a long and very good call with President Xi of China. ”

“Deal is moving along very well. If made, it will be very comprehensive, covering all subjects, areas and points of dispute. Big progress being made! ”

Borth leaders articulated willingness to move for the implementations of their agreements reached during G20 summit in Argentina, state-run Xinhua news agency described the Trump-Xi discusses amid efforts by both countries to arrive a deal to conclude the trade war.

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