Talks between representatives of the United States and China can take months. White House top adviser Larry Kudlow said before the talks that the talks are not time-bound.
“If it takes a couple of weeks longer, or if it takes months, then that’s it,” he said in Washington the day negotiators arrived in China to talk. “We are going for a great deal for the United States, as the president wants. That is the most important.”
A dinner was planned for the negotiators on Thursday. Friday is spoken all day long. Discussions are also scheduled in Washington next week.
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