Before later going to Camp David, the President was again reluctant to make an enigmatic remark. ”The trade deal, I don`t know,” he said. ”I`ve lost a bit of taste for it.” ”No! Absolutely not,” Kudlow told reporters outside the White House. They are a little slow in buying raw materials. I think it has to do with market and economic conditions. … But as far as the trade agreement is concerned, it is quite further. So we have a huge number of people here, and I say, ”Do I do them? But I think I should, because of what. It`s a big party. And besides, some of the members of Congress may have a voice, and I don`t – this is the impeachment scam. So if you want, go out and vote. (Gaieté.) I prefer (inaudible) — it won`t matter, because it went very well. (Gaieté.) But I`d rather choose than sit here and listen to myself, okay? (Gaieté.) Details of the basic approach to mapping the 2020 annual targets for trade data are available in Bown (2020).
Other hypotheses relate to the establishment of estimates for 15 different product categories, as the agreement provides only aggregate targets for the four sectors of manufacturing, agriculture, energy and services. The aim is to allocate product-level targets on the basis of the share of this product in all U.S. exports to China in 2017 of products covered by purchase obligations. See also the table below. Myron Lizer, Vice President of the Navajo Nation: ”I want to thank President Trump for the negotiations and the signing of this historic trade agreement. The reopening of the Chinese agricultural market is an asset not only for the economies of the United States and the Navajo Nation, but also for the global economy. FIRST PM: (How to interpret.) Honorary President Donald Trump, Honorary Vice President Mike Pence, Ambassador Lighthizer, Minister Mnuchin, colleagues, friends, ladies and gentlemen: good morning. Today, China and the United States will formally sign the trade agreement for the first phase. Rep. Glenn Thompson (R-PA): ”This is a great week for trade: – Senate #USMCA – President Trump signs phase one of the trade agreement with China New market opportunities for our farmers are on the horizon!” Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH): ”Encouraged to see Phase 1 of the signing of a trade agreement with #China. Important measures against IP theft, trade secrets and market access for U.S.
goods and services. There is still a long way to go, but I am pleased that this step is moving in the right direction to force China to abide by the rules. Trump`s agreement is intended to facilitate the identification and punishment of theft and counterfeiting of intellectual property.