CHINA’S top entertainment tycoons have taken a different view of the country’s economic woes than the countrys leaders.
The latest from China: -In response to a question on China’s economy, President Donald Trump said his administration will be focused on “getting things right” and not “making things up.”
Trump was asked by ABC News’ Peter Alexander how he could be confident China would take steps to fix the country�s economy when he and his administration have spent billions of dollars to prop up the global economy.
Trump answered by saying, �We are going to do everything we can.�Trump said his aides were going to �get things right,� while also saying, in the coming days, the U.S. will make �great, great deals for China.�Trump is the first U.N. president to visit China.
China is one of the biggest markets for U.F.O. tours, but the U,S.
and Chinese governments have been locked in a standoff over Beijing�s control of key offshore islands in the South China Sea, and China has been trying to bolster its claim in those waters.
China has warned of an economic blockade by the U., but has not said how much the U�s military presence on its southern and eastern coasts would affect economic activity.
Trump was not asked whether he thinks Beijing will be able to address the crisis quickly, and he did not offer any specifics.
The president said he hopes to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Xi�s wife at Mar-a-Lago, a Trump resort in Palm Beach, Fla.