Supply & Demand

China may take more US LNG to narrow trade gap

China is expected to offer to import more LNG and other commodities from the United States during negotiations in Washington next week.
By Staff reporter 10 May 2018 0 30803

China is expected to offer to import more LNG and other commodities from the United States during negotiations in Washington next week, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.

Liu He, one of China’s four vice premiers and its top economic adviser, is expected to visit the US with specific ideas for purchases designed to narrow the trade gap between the world’s two largest economies.