Or how about CBS Marketwatch:
"While a rise in U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports due Tuesday will not now go into effect after President Trump announced at least a partial deal late Friday, no White House decision has been made yet on planned on a new 15% tariff set to go into effect on Dec. 15 on about $160 billion in annual Chinese imports. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told reporters on Monday that if a deal isn't in place by December, those tariffs will go ahead, but he also said, "I expect we will have a deal."
After Mnuchin spoke, Hu Xijin, the influential editor-in-chief of China's state-controlled Global Times, tweeted that China's attitude about a deal remains "positive":
Based on what I know, China-US trade talks made breakthrough last week and the two sides have the strong will to reach a final deal. Initial statement of the Chinese side is moderate. This is China's habit. It doesn't mean China's real attitude is not positive.
6:27 AM - Oct 14, 2019
Meanwhile, the China-owned English newspaper China Daily said in an article Monday while the forward steps in trade talks were "encouraging," a "partial deal, if inked doesn't mean the trade row has been settled once and for all."
As part of the deal, the U.S. postponed a planned tariff increase on $250 billion in Chinese imports from 25% to 30%, originally set to take effect Tuesday, in exchange for Chinese promises to buy $40 to $50 billion in American agricultural products annually though that would be double the $24 billion China bought in 2017.
Earlier citing sources, Bloomberg reported Monday that China wants further discussions as soon as the end of October, to smooth out details of the so-called "Phase 1" trade deal announced by President Donald Trump that will delay a tariff hike, boost Chinese agricultural purchases and address foreign currency levels. The agreement was not set out in writing, and only in principle.
One of the sources told Bloomberg that Beijing could send a delegation led by top negotiator Vice Premier Liu He to put the final touches on a written deal in time for a signing at next month's Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation presidents meeting in Chile."