Amid an ongoing trade war with the Trump administration, China’s Ministry of Finance made a significant announcement this week that prompted some proud retweets from the president.
“China will lower import tariffs on over 850 products from January 1,” reported Reuters in a post Trump promoted Sunday evening.
“China says it will cut import tariffs for goods including frozen pork, pharmaceuticals, paper products and some high-tech components starting from Jan. 1, according to a statement from the Ministry of Finance,” Bloomberg Economics reported Sunday evening in another post tweeted out by Trump.
“U.S. president Donald Trump says a ‘breakthrough’ has been achieved in trade talks with China and he expects a deal to be signed ‘very shortly,’” reported Sky News in another Trump retweet.
Read more at the Daily Wire.