The US President Donald Trump and his Chinese colleague President Xi Jinping are meeting in Japan in the G20 meeting in June. According to Reuters, the White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow confirmed the meeting on Fox News Sunday.
The trade situation with the both countries have been stable after the news that the US raised the tariffs on Friday and threatened to put tariffs on all goods from China if there is no deal. The new deadline is agreed to be one month long according to Bloomberg News.
The G20 meeting will be held in for the first time in Japan. The G20 leaders will meet on the 28th and 29th of June in Osaka.Also the Finance Ministers and Central Banks Governors meeting and the Foreign Ministers’ meeting will also be at the same time in Japan, but in different locations.