US and China discuss economic challenges as talk of tariff rollback swirls

홍콩 (CNN 사업)The United States and China held talks Monday to discuss the huge challenges facing the global economy amid mounting speculation that some Trump-era tariffs could be cut to ease 인플레이션 and boost growth.

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and China’s Vice Premier Liu He — Beijing’s top economic official — had asubstantive conversationon a call, according to a statement by the US Treasury.
The talks, which readouts from both sides suggest were initiated by the United States, were described as “솔직한” and come as Bloomberg그만큼 월 스트리트 저널 report that the Biden administration may lift some tariffs on Chinese goods as soon as this week.
    중국's Vice Premier Liu He and US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen had a "substantive conversation.&인용;

    The Chinese readout noted that the exchange wasconstructive” 과 “pragmatic.It added that the two sides discussedviews on the macroeconomic situation and the stability of the global industrial chain and supply chain.
      Both sides agreed that the global economy is facing severe challenges, and placed great significanceon better policy coordination between China and the United States, 그것은 추가했다.
          From the World Bank to Wall Street, there is a growing concern about the risk of a global recession, and inflation not seen in decades is hammering consumers in the United States and Europe.
          China’s economy, 그 동안에, has been battered by the country’s zero-Covid policy. Analysts worry that the Chinese economy could contract in the second quarter, putting the government’s annual growth target of 5.5% ...에 대한 2022 손이 닿지 않는.
          The Chinese side alsoexpressed its concern over issues such as the lifting of additional tariffs and sanctions imposed by the United States on China and fair treatment of Chinese companies,” according to the Chinese statement.
          The US readout did not mention tariffs or sanctions but stated that Yellenraised issues of concernincluding the impact of Russia’s war against Ukraine on the global economy and what it called China’sunfair, non-marketeconomic practices.
          The call between the two senior economic officials comes after Bloomberg reported Monday that Biden may announce arollback of some US tariffs on Chinese consumer goods” 이번 주.
          보고서, which cited unnamed sources, said the move is seenas a way to counter accelerating inflation.
          The Wall Street Journal also said Monday that Biden may decide on Chinese tariffs this week, citing people familiar with the situation, but added that the decision isconstrained by competing policy aims: addressing inflation and maintaining economic pressure on Beijing.
          The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
          The timing makes sense,” said Jingyang Chen, Asian foreign exchange strategist at HSBC, pointing to the fourth anniversary on July 6 of the start of former President Donald Trump’s trade war with China
          On that day in 2018, US tariffs on $ 34 billion worth of Chinese imports took effect. 그때부터, tensions have ratcheted up dramatically, with the two sides imposing steep new tariffs on billions of dollars of each other’s exports.
          Following months of negotiations, a trade truce was signed in January 2020. But bilateral relations have remained tense under the Biden administration.
          하나, spiking inflation in the United States has fueled expectations that the administration will ease some of the tariffs to help curb rising prices.
          A cut in US tariffs isaround the corner,” said Ken Cheung, chief Asian foreign exchange strategist at Mizuho Bank, 화요일에.
            The Biden administration hasstrong political motivationto ease tariffs in order to bring down inflation before the mid-term elections in November, 그는 덧붙였다.
            — CNN’s Beijing bureau contributed to this report.

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