US, China need to cooperate: Xi to Trump

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China Politics China's Xi issues a message for Trump: We've got to cooperate Chinese President Xi Jinping sent U.S. President Donald Trump a congratulatory message on Tuesday to mark 40 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations between their two countries. China's defiant response last month to us efforts to extradite Huawei Technologies Co. executive Meng Wanzhou from Canada have highlighted deeper strategic suspicions between the two sides.

CHINA MANUFACTURING: Factory factory activity weakened further in December, an official survey showed Monday, boosting pressure on Beijing to reverse an economic slowdown as it heads into trade talks with Washington.

China has mostly been buying soy from Brazil since imposing a 25 percent tariff on American soybeans in July in retaliation for US tariffs on Chinese goods.

"It's something that's crying for a resolution", Tyner said.

In the year marking the 40th anniversary of the country's reform and opening-up, China unveiled a systematic, comprehensive and restructuring reform of both Party and State institutions. In exchange, the New York Times reported, China agreed to buy American agricultural and energy products.

December was a particularly terrible month: The S&P 500 was down 9% and the Dow was down 8.7% - the worst December since 1931.

The FTSE All-World index, which tracks thousands of stocks across a range of markets, plummeted 12% this year. That was down from $9.61-3/4 for all of December previous year.

Carter, who has devoted his post-presidential career to eradicating poverty, said that the "easiest route" to cooperation between the United States and China was in Africa.

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"You could nearly put another $100 million on top of this because all commodity prices are down and that affects North Dakota farmers indirectly", Watne said.

Investors grew anxious that the testy U.S.

Chinese soybean mills, on the other hand, front-loaded soy purchases ahead of the tariffs.

The pointless trade war president Donald Trump ignited - and who bragged will be easy to win - has made big losers out of both the United States and China to the tune of billions of lost dollars, while inflicting incalculable damage to global growth. China and the USA agreed earlier this month to a 90-day grace period to try and work out their differences on trade. But Trump could increase tariffs to 25 percent if a deal is not made by a March deadline. Beijing so far has pledged to resume buying USA soybeans and to at least temporarily lower retaliatory tariffs on US autos.

Citing unfair trade practices, Trump imposed 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports in September.

Beijing has also become the world's largest holder of USA government bonds since 2008, suggesting the United States has been more dependent on China's fast-growing market. Brussels expressed its concern around the U.S. approach of higher tariffs to put pressure on China despite the fact that it has its own trade disputes with the White House.

Beijing last week announced a third round of tariff cuts, saying it would lower import taxes on more than 700 goods from January 1 as part of its efforts to open up the economy and lower costs for domestic consumers.