"President Xi and I want this deal to happen, and it probably will", Trump said in a post on Twitter.
He said negotiations already were underway on the commitments made with Chinese President Xi Jinping over dinner Saturday during the Group of 20 summit in Argentina.
It also said China had agreed to start buying farm products from USA farmers immediately.
"I want to emphasise that China's laws and regulations do not contain any requirement for technology transfer and that companies' purchases of technologies and patents are pure market behaviour". "But if not remember, I am a Tariff Man", Trump said.
Trump said he and Xi "are the only two people that can bring about massive and very positive change, on trade and far beyond, between our two great Nations. It will always be the best way to max out our economic power", he said. The changes United States officials have sought include forcing Beijing to lower tariffs on USA goods, stop dumping cheap steel and aluminium into foreign markets, and halting the theft of intellectual property, among other things. "MAKE AMERICA RICH AGAIN", Trump tweeted Tuesday morning.
"But if a fair deal is able to be made with China, one that does all of the many things we know must be finally done, I will happily sign", Trump said. Let the negotiations begin.
Mr. Trump's 10 percent tariff on $200 billion of Chinese goods was set to increase to 25 percent on January 1.
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White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow said that China is expected to reduce its 40-percent tariff on US-made vehicles down to zero, as the two countries enter a 90-day ceasefire in the ongoing trade war in order to negotiate a new trade deal.
As White House officials fanned out to talk up what U.S. President Donald Trump called "an incredible deal" with China to hit pause in their trade war, Beijing has said little on a pact that cheered markets but left many questions unanswered.
Xi gave Trump the opportunity to claim a victory without committing China to anything specific other than talking for 90 days. Wall Street's enthusiasm for the US-China trade truce has completely vanished.
The only actual achievement so far, apart from a commitment to talk, was China's winning of an extension of the window before the proposed increase in the tariffs cuts in, which also pushes back the point at which Trump's threat to impose tariffs on China's remaining $US267 billion of exports to the U.S. might be imposed. But Mnuchin added, "If that's real" - thereby raising some doubt - it would close the USA trade deficit with China, and "We have to have a negotiated agreement and have this on paper".
The trade wobbles are likely not the sole reasons for the fall - prior to the G20 investors raised concerns with the path of Federal Reserve interest rate hikes, spreads between long- and short-term bonds inverted for the first time since the financial crisis, and so on - but Trump's declaration is not doing investors any favours.
"The history here with China promises is not very good". That's added on top of a 15 percent tariff that Beijing charges for imports from the rest of the world, leaving USA auto exporters facing a 40 percent levy at the Chinese border.
In the past 24 hours, there were signs that White House officials were beginning to backpedal from some of their initial optimism.