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stools trade negotiations between the US and China could be revived on Saturday the White House says a meeting is set between trump and she on the sidelines of the G. twenty it's likely to be the highlights of the summits in Japan and the confirmation of a meeting comes up to president trump on Wednesday double down on his threat to slap tariffs on virtually all that's left of Chinese imports to the US now you have another three hundred and twenty five billion dollars at that I haven't taxed yet is ripe for taxing for putting tariffs on December happened to China to what is happening is people are moving out of China companies are moving out of China by the way summer coming back to the United States because I don't want to pay the tariff relations between the world's two biggest economies have spiraled after talks collapsed in may we had a deal and they broke both sides have been locked in a bitter trade dispute this on the global financial markets and wait on the world economy the US wants China to address what it says up on fed trade practices including for technology transfer and intellectual property theft bonds despite president trumps the went for an extra round of tariffs report on Thursday said the two sides have already reached a tentative truce the South China morning post said it sources claim the next round of Thomas would be halted under the agreement a U. S. official also told Reuters the two sides might not to impose new tariffs it's a sign of good will and to add momentum to the negotiations trump deposit for the G. twenty on Wednesday , and is set to hold a total of nine bilateral meetings during his time in Japan including with Russian president Vladimir Putin on Friday