“A White House ceremony cannot hide the stark truth about China`s “Phase 1″ trade agreement: the agreement does absolutely nothing to reduce China`s subsidies to its manufacturers,” Scott Paul, president of the Alliance for American Manufacturing, which includes manufacturers and the United Steelworkers union, said in a tweet. All these “forgotten men and women” in American factories have once again been forgotten. It`s very instructive to understand the free trade agreement for foreigners, while the material is available only in Chinse language, at the speed of Chian A, which is read on global trade news – the morning of the week, in your inbox. The Free Trade Agreement between China and Switzerland (FTA) officially entered into force on 1 July 2014. Free trade negotiations between the two countries were officially launched in 2011. After nine rounds of negotiations, the two sides signed the agreement in July 2013. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and ASEAN leaders will participate in a signing ceremony on 22 November 2015 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to sign the protocol amending the framework agreement on global economic cooperation between China and ASEAN. [Xinhua] At the international level, the ultimate goal of the Trump administration`s trade war is to change China`s trade policy, while tariff enforcement and the negative economic effects of the trade war have also been criticized. Among U.S. industries, U.S. companies and agribusinesses opposed the trade war, although most farmers continued to support Trump.
Some U.S. politicians disagree with Trump`s tactics, but most agree with the goal of putting pressure on China.  At the end of November 2019, none of the leading Democratic presidential candidates said he would eliminate tariffs, including Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren, both of whom agreed that the United States must deal with what it sees as China`s unfair trade policy.  In November 2005, hu Jintao, then Chinese president, and Ricardo Lagos, former Chilean president, witnessed the signing of the Free Trade Agreement between China and Chile. The agreement came into force in October 2006. As part of the agreement, China and Chile will gradually extend the customs processing period to 97% of products within ten years. China also expressed its readiness not to force U.S. companies to transfer their technology as a condition of operation in that country, with additional tariffs.
And it will refrain from ordering its companies to obtain sensitive foreign technology through acquisitions.