If it holds, it could be a boost for President Donald Trump in an election year.
But who will benefit the most from this initial phase of a broader trade agreement?
China has promised to open up its markets and buy more US goods.
In exchange, the US will lift some tariffs. Yet most will stay in place – and that’s where the problems start.
So, could this really be the beginning of the end of the trade war between the US and China?
Dan Wang – Analyst for the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Access China Service
Hosuk Lee-Makiyama – Director of the European Centre for International Political Economy, and a former Swedish representative to the World Trade Organization
Phil Caruso – Member of the Defense Council at the Truman National Security Project and a former intelligence officer in the US Air Force
Source: Al Jazeera News