The China Post
Date: April 6, 2017
By: Joseph Yeh
TAIPEI, Taiwan — The first-ever meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and
Chinese leader Xi Jinping is scheduled to take place on Thursday, and the fate of Taiwan could be shaped by it.
Trump will host his counterpart at the Mar-a-Lago estate April 6-7, according to a White House statement.
One of the most important issues expected to be touched upon is North Korea. It would be in the interest of both leaders to find common ground over the threat posed by the country’s nuclear program.
Trade and territorial disputes in the South China Sea will be discussed during their meetings on Thursday and Friday as well, according to an interview he gave with the Financial Times. [FULL STORY]