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US Rejects China's Offer
The Wall Street Journal reports China Offers to Buy Nearly $70 Billion of U.S. Products to Fend Off Trade Tariffs.
In weekend talks in Beijing, Chinese negotiators led by Liu He, President Xi Jinping's economic envoy, presented a U.S. team headed by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross a package that includes Chinese companies buying more U.S. soybeans, corn, natural gas, crude oil and coal, among other agricultural and energy products.
Chinese and U.S. officials estimated the value of the package at nearly $70 billion in the first year.