Washington: President Donald Trump said Thursday that US-China trade talks are progressing “very nicely” but that he insists on all US concerns being resolved or will not sign a deal. Also Read - After Visa Ban, US Mulls Additional Presidential Action Against China

“It looks like the deal is moving along very nicely,” he told reporters at the White House, where he was due to meet Chinese trade envoy Liu He later in the day. Also Read - Harvard, MIT File Lawsuit Against Trump Administration Over Visa Row For Foreign Students

“Everything is covered, there’s nothing that’s not covered,” Trump said, referring to the scope of US demands. Also Read - US Announces Visa Ban on Chinese Officials Over Access to Tibet

“It’s got to be a great deal,” he said. “If it’s not a great deal, we’re not doing it.”