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the Chinese government on Tuesday said Beijing and Washington have agreed to keep talking amid an escalating trade war , my understanding is that China and the United States have agreed to continue pursuing relevant discussions , at a dinner Monday night US president Donald Trump how did the efforts of the treasury secretary to resolve the dispute I also want to thank secretary Stephen miniature Steve just got back from China %HESITATION will let you know in about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful you never really know right but I have a feeling it's going to be very successful the optimistic tone comes a day after both sides ramped up trade war rhetoric to a level that sink global financial markets China announced retaliatory tariffs against US imports and the US trade representative's office said it would consider new duties on three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods that threat would hike prices on nearly everything Americans purchase from China from close to electronics the US bling China for backtracking on earlier commitments to change its own laws as part of a trade deal a Chinese government spokesperson on Tuesday said Beijing will not be bullied , we all we hope that the U. S. side does not to miss judge the situation and not under estimates China's determination and will to safeguard its interests trump in Chinese president she's in pain we'll meet at the G. twenty summit in Japan in June