New talks would focus on what both sides are calling trade “architecture,” a broad term that could encompass many issues the U.S. has wanted Beijing to address, including intellectual property protection, coerced technology transfer, subsidies to state-owned enterprises, and even non-trade issues such as cyberespionage. It isn’t clear what specifics the U.S. is asking for—or what Beijing is willing to entertain. One offer, according to Chinese officials: in return for the suspension of U.S. tariffs, Beijing would agree to lift restrictions on China’s purchases of U.S. farm and energy products. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. 0:00 / 0:00 Skip Ad in 15 President Trump will meet with Chinese leader Xi Jinping on Saturday in Argentina. Will the meeting ease trade tensions between the two countries? WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explains. Photo: Getty Such a deal would follow the model of partial agreements the U.S. has cut in […]