Washington, Dec 4 (AFP) US President Donald Trump said Tuesday the talks to resolve the trade dispute with China have begun already and will last for 90 days unless they are extended. Also Read - COVID-19 Vaccine Update: China’s Sinovac Vaccine Appears Safe in Late-stage Clinical Trial

The clock started ticking on December 1, when Trump met in Buenos Aires with China’s leader Xi Jinping and agreed to work towards an agreement to roll back the exchange of tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars in two-way trade. Also Read - Amid India-China Standoff, Army Buys High-Altitude Warfare Gears From US on 'Urgent Basis': Report

However, Trump muddied the waters by opening the possibility of an extension. “The negotiations with China have already started. Unless extended, they will end 90 days” from Saturday, Trump tweeted. (AFP) IND IND Also Read - Chinese Soldier Captured in Ladakh With Military Documents; Detained, Likely to be Sent Back

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