Jayson developed interest in Journalism after he finished his education from Mountain Top University in Nigeria, finishing with a first class in English Language and interned for a few media companies in Lagos and bagged a higher diploma from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism before joining Theelitepost's editorial team.
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China said on Wednesday (June 19) positive outcomes were possible in trade negotiations with the United States after the presidents of the world’s two largest economies agreed to revive their troubled talks at a G20 meeting this month.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday (June 18) he would meet Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan. China, which previously declined to say whether the two leaders would get together, confirmed the meeting.
The two countries are in the middle of a costly trade dispute that has put pressure on financial markets and damaged the global economy.
Talks to reach a broad deal broke down last month after U.S. officials accused China of backing away from agreed commitments. Interaction since then has been limited, and Trump has threatened to put more tariffs on Chinese products in an escalation that businesses in both countries want to avoid.