Xi And Trump Meet At G20 Summit In November
Xi and Trump meet at G20 Summit in November. Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Donald Trump have agreed to meet at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires in November.
It will be the first confrontation between the two world leaders for a year.
Both the American and the Chinese government have not yet published anything about a possible meeting.
According to the reports, the meeting would be a sign that the leaders are willing to de-escalate the trade war.
The two countries are involved in a trade war and exchange rate increases on export goods.
The import levies set by the United States have a total value of some 192 billion pounds in Chinese products.
At the moment it is an import tariff of 10 percent, Trump warns to increase this from January to 25 percent.
The Chinese import duties hit 84 billion pounds of American products.
It was announced on Friday that the growth of the Chinese economy had reached the lowest point since the first quarter of 2009.