China Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai speaks at a reception celebrating the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) at the Chinese Embassy in Washington DC, USA, on July 27, 2017.  Things Shen | Xinhua | Getty Images
Cui Tiankai, the Chinese ambassador to the United States, said on Tuesday that US dealers often "backed up last-minute dealerships.
" So, it is quite clear that the US side has more than once changed at night and broke the preliminary agreement already reached, "Cui Fox News said.
" It's the US side that changes so often, "added Cui.
Cui said China therefore has a" no rush "attitude to restarting trade negotiations with the United States
Figures between the world's two largest economies have stopped after every nation lobbied higher rates on the second import, and China is apparently considering canceling the next round of meetings in Beijing ̵
"China is still ready to continue our negotiations with our US counterparts to reach a conclusion. Our door is still open," Cui said.
Earlier, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday that his country is starting a "new long march," suggesting that China does not expect the trade war to close soon.
After negotiations broke earlier this month, President Donald Trump increased US taxes to 25% from 10% to $ 200 billion Chinese goods. China quickly recouped and raised tariffs of $ 60 billion of US goods to 25%.
Trump is considering another tariff increase on another set of Chinese goods worth about $ 300 billion.