Reference News Network reported on August 7 According to the US "Wall Street Journal" website reported on August 5, nearly 30 American most influential business groups representing retailers, chip manufacturers, farmers and other groups called on the Biden administration Restart negotiations with China and lower the import tariffs they call a drag on the US economy.

  According to reports, tariffs on electronic products, clothing and other Chinese goods paid by US importers are still being implemented.

  These business groups wrote to U.S. Trade Representative Dai Qi and Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen on Thursday, stating that Beijing has reached "important benchmarks and commitments" in the agreement, including opening markets to U.S. financial institutions and reducing U.S. agricultural exports to China. Some regulatory barriers.

  The letter said: "The worker-centered trade agenda should take into account the increased costs of U.S. and Chinese tariffs for Americans here and at home, and remove tariffs that harm U.S. interests."

  It mentioned that government policies should give priority to the interests of workers.

  According to the report, these industry groups include some of the most influential large business associations in Washington, such as the American Chamber of Commerce, the Business Roundtable, the National Retail Federation, the American Farmers Association and the Semiconductor Industry Association.