More US-China trade tensions expected after disappointing talks

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Small deliverables, potentially a new opening in the Chinese market for U.
companies as a goodwill sign to Washington or a one-year framework for further negotiations, were anticipated, yet discussions fell short of that mark, Consonery said.
and Chinese officials concluded talks without issuing a joint statement and canceled scheduled news conferences in what many analysts took as a sign of deep-seated disagreement on trade and investment issues — key themes of the inaugural event.
"It`s petty clear that something broke down at the talks," said Christopher Beddor, Asia associate at consultancy Eurasia Group.
"The general feeling in Washington is that this [dialogue] was underwhelming.
" At the heart of the matter are key differences between what President Donald Trump wants and what President Xi Jinping is willing to provide.
Washington seeks increased exports of American goods to the mainland in order to reduce its trade deficit.
also wants broader Chinese market access for American companies and a clean-up of Chinese industries battling excess supply.
The White House is now considering steel tariffs, with Trump telling a reporter on Wednesday that it "could happen.

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