US President Donald Trump informed that, at the end of the month, until the G-20 summit, held in Japan, he would wait for deciding to enforce new tariffs on the goods of China which could be worth $325 billion.

In his Northern trip of France, President Trump said, “ additional tariffs on China? You mean, when am I going to put the extra $325 billion worth of tariffs?”, in response to the query from the reporters about while the new tariffs to come.

US President Trump said, “ I will make that decision over the next two weeks, probably right after the G20”, including that he would discuss with the Chinese leader Xi Jinping at the summit in Osaka on 28th to29th June.

US President Donald Trump also added, “one way or the other I will make that decision after the G20 ”.

US President started enforcing tariffs in the Chinese enforcement last year as a deal for reducing the US trade debt and push Beijing for campaigning economic reformations.

He charges Beijing of requesting to lead the global industries along with state financial facilities and of achieving US technology through theft or tightened transfers.

US President terminated the first shot, the two nations have imposed counter tariffs on their bilateral trade worth hundreds of billions of dollars.

This month China hit $60 billion worth of US goods with new penal tariffs ranging from five to 25 percent, as a reprisal for Washington raising duties on $200 billion in Chinese goods to 25 percent.

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