[News] With the deadline for U.S. tariff increases next Friday, the two sides in the trade talks have already sketched out memorandums of understanding on a range of issues – with the sticking points related to specific language on structural changes in China demanded by Washington and also on enforcement of the agreement. Chinese Vice Premier Liu He will meet with President Trump at the White House on Friday. Sources familiar with the negotiations told Reuters the MoUs would cover forced technology transfer and cyber theft, intellectual property rights, services, currency, agriculture and non-tariff barriers to trade. The two sides have reached consensus on how to alleviate the trade imbalances, according to Chinese government sources, and Washington and Beijing are looking at a 10-item list for that, including additional Chinese purchases of agricultural produce, energy and goods such as semiconductors. The weekly gain in the Chinese CSI300 was as much as 5.4 percent – it’s best week in almost three years