Senior level Trump Administration officials are tentatively scheduled to be in Beijing during the week of April 29. That will be followed by similar trade meetings between the U.S. and China in Washington, D.C. during the week of May 6. That’s on top of the most recent negotiations that have taken place through video-conferencing. There’s speculation a deal could be in place by late May or early June, but the two sides have frequently missed self-imposed deadlines.
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