“The prospect of being hanged focuses the mind wonderfully,” said the compiler of the first English language dictionary Samuel Johnson. Mr. Johnson might have had negotiations for a new trade agreement between the US and China in mind when he wrote it.
With the threat of a genuine trade war hanging over their heads, high level officials of the American and Chinese government are making “good progress” toward reaching an agreement that would open Chinese markets to more US products while lowering some tariffs on Chinese goods.
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