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as US president Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart she's in pain prepare to meet at the G. twenty this weekend one senior administration official told Reuters that the U. S. hopes the face to face meeting will re launch trade talks though that source also said concessions on Washington's behalf were off the table well I have a very good relationship with president zero see what happens I think we have a chance I know that China wants to make a deal they don't like the terror of the U. S. and China have been locked in a bitter trade dispute that had a nerve to global financial markets and wait on the world's economy and trump has threatened to impose tariffs on another three hundred twenty five billion dollars worth of goods covering nearly all remaining Chinese imports if no progress is made at their meeting in Osaka Japan it will be the first time trump and she needs since trade talks collapsed in may when the United States accused China of reneging on commitments now according to the official the trump administration wants China to come back to the table with those same commitments while Beijing once the terrorists lifted Washington wants China to address what it says are unfair trade practices including forced technology transfer in intellectual property theft meanwhile on Wednesday treasury secretary Stephen minu chin said that the US and China were about to ninety percent close to a trade deal though he may no comments on what the sticking points could be for that final ten percent