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we're going to continue the negotiation that we agreed that I would not be putting tariffs on the three hundred and twenty five billion dollars that I would have the ability to put on if I wanted a step forward in the long running trade war between the US and China president Donald Trump and Chinese leaders xi's in paying sought for talks on their own going friction on Saturday Washington agreed not to slap a fresh round of tariffs on exports from China , the trump also added that U. S. companies can sell to Chinese tech giants hallway thumbs become a target for authorities as we mentioned while way I said we'll have to say that till the very end love to see one of the things I will allow however is %HESITATION a lot of people are surprised we send and and we sell to while away a tremendous amount of product that goes into the various things that they make and I said that that's okay that we will keep selling that product trump settled by he might be adding a fresh round of levees he would not lift existing import tariffs in statements China's foreign ministry said she told trump he hopes the U. S. could treat Chinese companies fairly talks between the two collapsed over a month the guy off the Washington accused Beijing of pulling back on reform pledges this new truce is offered relief from a nearly year long trade standoff in which the countries of place tariffs on billions of dollars of each other's imports disrupting supply lines working markets and drinking on global economic growth no time nine has yet been given on what will likely be a complex deal