Some days ago, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said :
"The United States seeks constructive relations with China, but we will not shrink from China’s challenges to the rules-based order and where China subverts the sovereignty of neighboring countries and disadvantages the U.S. and our friends,"
Now, China has signed a US$250bn trade deal with USA.
- What was Chinese reaction to T-Rex's comment on China (both have options to fight verbally and then sign a deal. Apparently, China didn't pass any counter-comment)?
- If either China or the USA feels " ... that doesn't matter ... we need to do business ...", then why would Rex-T need to say that in the 1st place?