«No! Absolutely not,» Kudlow told reporters outside the White House. They are a little slow in buying raw materials. I think it has to do with market and economic conditions. … But as far as the trade agreement is concerned, it is quite further. Christian Leinbach, European Commissioner for Berks County, Pennsylvania: «While this is a first step, it is an important step towards free and fair trade and respects American consumers and businesses.» U.S. government officials say they will push China to limit its use of subsidies in the next round of negotiations. The United States is also working with the European Union and Japan to address Chinese subsidies to the World Trade Organization. U.S. President Matt Hall (R-MI): «I am grateful to President Trump for standing firm with China and for negotiating an agreement that puts America at the forefront by rebalancing trade with China.» Erick Coolidge, Commissioner of Tioga County, New York: «This agreement between the United States and China is really necessary and much appreciated.» U.S. President Donald Trump signed a trade agreement with China on January 15, which was the first step towards a broader agreement between the two countries. This agreement will benefit both the United States and China. I am grateful to the President for allowing me to participate in this plan. I am grateful to Secretary Mnuchin, my friend, with whom I have worked so closely on these and so many other issues. Sen.
Pat Roberts (R-KS): «This is a good day for U.S. companies, especially farmers and ranchers. This agreement is a major step towards a stronger and more reliable trade relationship between the United States and China. I am pleased that this government is calling China to account. And I look forward to the implementation of this framework and the start of the next phase of this important agreement. China is ready to cooperate with the United States in this regard. And I`m going to keep in close touch with you personally. «For too long, China`s unilateral trade practices have harmed American farmers, producers and workers.» President Trump has pledged to impose a change in behavior and the phase one agreement negotiated by his team, if properly implemented and implemented, can achieve that goal. This is a promising step in the right direction. Estimated on the basis of the methodology described in this appendix.
These products are defined by the USITC 2020 Covid-19 Related Goods: U.S. Imports and Tariffs, converting harmonized tariff codes into Schedule B codes. Source: Author`s calculations. Soybeans are a good example of the anti-Trump reaction to trade policy. Before the trade war, they accounted for nearly 60% of U.S. agricultural exports to China. China did not choose soybeans for random retaliation. Eight of the top ten soybean-producing countries voted for Trump in 2016, including many major Swing States.8 Sen. Martha McSally (R-AZ): «Great news for AZ employees! @POTUS has just signed #PhaseOne of a U.S.-China trade agreement that will protect U.S. technology and innovation and increase agricultural trade between our countries.
Sen. Deb Fischer (R-NE): «Thank you to @realDonaldTrump and your team for working hard to negotiate this trade agreement with China. Nebraska will now be able to expand our access to the market. This agreement will result in production, energy and production, with the economic security we desperately need. Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH): «Encouraged to see Phase 1 of the signing of a trade agreement with #China. Important measures against IP theft, trade secrets and market access for U.S. goods and services. There is still a long way to go, but I am pleased that this step is moving in the right direction to force China to abide by the rules. South Dakota Soybean Association: «The fair trade in agriculture between nations takes the poor out of poverty, creates renewable wealth and supports peace and prosperity for all. Beijing is also relaxing the rules for authorisation, inspection and registration, which