Despite differences between the United States and China, they are focusing on the G-20 meeting of finance ministers, which is expected on the issue of tariffs, technology and taxes.
The meeting in Buenos Aires brings together the main economies of the world, three days before the US tariffs on steel and the student train in force, for all countries except Canada and Mexico.
The main focus of the talks is the threat of a trade war between the US and its trading partners, particularly China and the European Union.
And, as with every G20 meeting since US President Donald Trump’s arrival at the White House, the drafting of the meeting’s final statement has revealed differences between the world’s two biggest economies.
March 19, 2018