China says no talks under tariff threat as Trump threatens more

China now says that negotiations to resolve trade dispute with the US cannot take place while President Trump continues to threaten with new tariffs on Chinese imports.

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China said talks to resolve the impasse over trade with the US cannot happen as long as President Donald Trump keeps threatening to impose further tariffs.

Just over an hour after the Trump administration imposed further duties on another USD 200 billion in Chinese goods on Monday, Beijing published a document reiterating its position in the standoff. Talks scheduled for this week were canceled as the imposition of fresh tariffs by Washington neared.

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