WHITE HOUSE — A top White House economic adviser is expressing confidence in the current U.S.-China trade negotiations in Beijing.
"The vibe in Beijing is good," National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow told reporters Thursday at the White House.
Kudlow provided few details but said the U.S. delegation led by Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer is "covering all ground" ahead of their expected meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping tomorrow.
"That's a very good sign and they're just soldiering on, so I like that story," Kudlow said, "And I will stay with the phrase, the vibe is good."
Negotiators are working to strike a deal by March 1, to avoid a rise in U.S. tariffs on $200 million worth of Chinese goods from 10 percent to 25 percent. President Donald Trump suggested earlier this week that if talks are seeing signs of progress, that deadline could be pushed back.
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