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China wants to make you feel very badly it's me right now that's all going up with just three weeks to go before U. S. president Donald Trump in Chinese president xi Ching paying are expected to meet at the G. twenty to discuss their raging trade war expectations for cutting a deal are lower and sources told Reuters that there's been little preparation for a meeting even with the health of the global economy at stake additional deaths in China one way the other I'll make that decision after the G. twenty those threats are on another three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports and come after the president already slapped China with twenty five percent tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of goods but while trump says he wants to meet she at the summit of world leaders in Osaka neither side has confirmed that a meeting will take place and sources told Reuters there's been a lack of prep work for the meeting due to increasing acrimony , relations deteriorated after negotiations to end the trade dispute broke down in may and trump accused Beijing of re nagging on promises to meet a number of US demands but for trump the lack of preparation for a big meeting is not that unusual , very well prepared for very much is about to attitude is about to willingness to get things done often attending important talks with little work in advance on the Chinese side it's a different story one Asian diplomat told Reuters that for China it's all about protocol and it will not one she to go into a meeting where he may be embarrassed either way investors will be watching their every move closely after seeing over a trillion dollars wiped from global markets in the past month by this trade war