China wants to end the trade war with the U.S., according to its ambassador to the United States. In an exclusive interview with National Public Radio this week, China's ambassador to the United States says his country is "ready to make a deal" if they could find a trustworthy partner in Washington. The ambassador accused the United States of constantly shifting positions and passing up opportunities for agreement. The U.S. is engaged in a trade war with China, and the goal appears to be to suppress trade between China and other trading partners, along with implications between U.S.-China trade. The ambassador said China is “ready to make some compromise,” and even “willing to take steps to reduce the U.S. trade deficit with China.” The Trump administration maintains that China is not as accommodating as its trying to imply.
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