The deal is still on

“Now China has announced its recovery from the pandemic, we hope they will meet the [deal’s] two-year target”


Outgoing Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross tells the Milken Institute 2020 Asian Summit that China has bought over $23 billion of agricultural products, about 70% of an agreed total “but unfortunately they have purchased [lower] percentages of other items”. The amounts were agreed in January as part of the interim trade deal.

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