President Trump speaks during a campaign rally July 31 at the Florida State Fairgrounds Expo Hall in Tampa. Still, in response to Trump's tariffs, China retaliated with a 25 percent tariff on soybeans.
China immediately expanded its own list of types of USA products to be tariffed, including farm products, cars and crude oil.
China on Friday announced retaliatory tariffs on $60 billion worth of U.S. goods ranging from liquefied natural gas (LNG) to some aircraft and warned of further measures, signalling that it won't back down in a protracted trade war with Washington. But nothing hit as hard and quickly as the rapidly escalating trade war with the U.S. Neither side is showing any sign of backing down.
Signalling the nation's readiness to respond to higher tariffs threatened by Donald Trump on $200bn of Chinese imports, officials in Beijing said countermeasures were ready and waiting for the next move from Washington.
"My objective was quite straightforward: I think I need to inform him that we are very concerned", said Saifuddin.
The Chinese Ministry of Commerce said Friday that if USA continues to "blackmail" China, the conflict will only intensify.
For example, he claimed that China was financing advertisements to convince Americans to stop Trump's trade agenda. China is expected to retaliate to the latest United States moves. "Likewise other countries. We are Winning, but must be strong!"
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Earlier today, a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman called on Washington to "come to its senses" and settle the dispute.
On March 1, President Donald Trump announced that the USA would be slapping a 25 percent tariff on all steel imports and a 10 percent tariff on all aluminum imports. But billions of dollars in tariffs have already been imposed on imports and exports between the two countries.
"We are using them to negotiate fair trade deals and, if countries are still unwilling to negotiate, they will pay us vast sums of money in the form of Tariffs", he wrote. "We win either way".
President Trump has used tariffs and the threat of new tariffs against countries - particularly China - as part of his economic policy, in an attempt to renegotiate trade deals.
China has unveiled plans to impose retaliatory tariffs on United States imports worth $60bn (£46bn), firing the latest volley in the mounting trade dispute between the world's two largest economies. The new list included more machinery and aerospace products. Every country on earth wants to take wealth out of the USA, always to our detriment.
The threat came a day after Chinese officials appealed for dialogue based on "mutual respect", with Foreign Minister Wang Yi urging the US on Thursday to remain "cool-headed".
The White House is now negotiating with South Korea and the European Union regarding trade agreements for soy beans, energy products, steel and aluminum.