Staff members set up Chinese and U.S. flags for a meeting between Chinese Transport Minister Li Xiaopeng and U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao at the Ministry of Transport of China in Beijing, China April 27, 2018. REUTERS/Jason Lee/Pool
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The U.S. is seeking to make a trade deal with China, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Tuesday as bilateral talks between the world's two economic powerhouses resume in Washington this week.Kudlow told Politico that the United States was not looking for a trade war with China and that it was not clear what action the United States would take toward ZTE.This week's meetings follow U.S.-China trade talks in Beijing earlier this month where the two countries failed to reach an agreement on the long list of U.S. demands.U.S. Ambassador to China Terry Branstad, who was at the Beijing talks, said earlier Tuesday the United States wants a timetable on how China will open up its markets to U.S. exports as the two countries are still not close to resolving trade frictions.
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