Wilbur Ross: China trade is more complicated than just soybeans


Comments by US commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross


Stating the obvious but well, let’s give him the benefit of the doubt. Judging by the above, it could be suggestive that any hopes of an interim trade deal whereby China just increases agriculture purchases may not be sufficient enough to appease the US.

But I’m sure most of us have a sense of that by now, otherwise we would’ve seen some semblance of a deal agreed upon a long time ago.

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