Late last week all of the rumor milling had to do with China telling America to fuck off and how a deal was not gonna happen. We had Peter “Fuck China” Navarro out there — talking shit — cursing out people at the dinner table, and of course the Chinese Minister who roundly rebuked the report that China would slash the trade deficit by $200b.
Lo and behold, that’s exactly what the fuck is going on here. Peter and his “China Last” delegation has been showing slideshows of US military might and how we drop bombs on people for small shit — like looking at the US sideways. Our intimidation campaigns appear to be bearing some delicious fruit. The homohammers from CNBC, regrettably, now report that China is gonna slow their roll and reduce the speed by which they fuck the Statue of Liberty.
Source: CNBC (dick handlers)
China and the U.S. have mutually agreed to “substantially reduce” the yawning trade imbalance between the two countries, a joint statement read on Saturday, in a move that will involve the Chinese boosting more of what they buy from American producers.
Amid fears of a global trade war and rising tensions between the world’s two largest economies, both China and the U.S. have entered bilateral talks to bolster cooperation. In a statement issued by the White House, both parties forged a “consensus on taking effective measures to substantially reduce the United States trade deficit in goods with China.”
Just a day ago, both countries were sharply at odds over a claim, made by White House Economic Advisor Larry Kudlow, that China would move to cut its trade deficit with the U.S. by $200 billion annually.
Left unclear was exactly how much the Chinese would boost its purchases of U.S. goods. The Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday that American negotiators fell short in their efforts to get the Chinese to commit to an exact deficit reduction figure, with the two sides bickering all night over the statement’s language.
The trade imbalance has long been a thorny and intractable topic in the Sino-US relationship. Commerce Department data recently showed that imbalance between what China buys from the U.S. and vice versa hit a record in 2017 at over $375 billion.
On this news, I expect ancient wooden machinery to be wheeled into the city square first thing Monday morning. The townspeople will gather and dissidents will be rounded up for expeditious clippings from the dick guillotine.
JUST IN: In joint statement with the US, China says it will “significantly increase purchases of United States goods and services” to “help support growth and employment in the United States.”https://t.co/vpyWbVRRy9 pic.twitter.com/OZ0CU8vqPJ
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