US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo voiced optimism
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo voiced positive thinking on Tuesday for a decent result in upcoming trade talk with China. Pompeo, talking by video to the yearly Davos summit of huge business, was alluding to extended arrangements intended to turn away a danger by U.S. President Donald Trump to additionally increase duties on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports by early March.
Pompeo started by portraying China as aggressive towards its neighbors and "grasping tyranny" at home yet said the column could be settled if Beijing somehow happened to acknowledge the standards of reasonable and open exchange and security of protected innovation.
"There are the individuals who state that superpower strife between our nations is inescapable," he said.
About the following round of exchange talks, booked for Jan. In Washington, he included: "I am idealistic that we will get them well and we will have a decent result from those discussions."
Be that as it may, Trump denied he was thinking about lifting levies on Chinese imports.
The U.S.- China exchange war has bothered world money related markets and added to a log jam in worldwide monetary development.
He additionally said that discussions were required with Russia to anticipate atomic expansion, calling for Moscow to change its "standpoint and conduct," and denied Washington had turned independent.