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Top White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Sunday that he’s “bullish” on the prospects of a U.S.-Chinese trade deal being finalized by April, but acknowledged that a final agreement is up to President Trump.
“I think we’re making great progress,” Kudlow said on Fox News Sunday. “Across the board, the deal has to be good for the United States, and for our workers, and our farmers and our manufacturing. It’s got to be good. It’s got to be fair and reciprocal and it’s got to be enforceable.”
The article goes on to state the following:
Kudlow said the two sides made “great headway” when Chinese representatives visited Washington two weeks ago, and that negotiators have remained in contact every day since then.
“I don’t want to predict, it’s up to the president and not to me, but I think the headway has been good,” Kudlow said.
Pressed on whether Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping will sign an agreement by the end of March or April, Kudlow said he would “play that from the optimistic side.”
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