Trump now has at least 123 registered or approved trademarks across China.
The summit of Group of Seven wealthy nations pitted Trump against the leaders of Germany, France, Britain, Italy, Canada and Japan on several issues.
Officials from the Group of Seven nations met in southern Italy hoping to hear more about Trump's plans which they fear will revive protectionism and set back the global approach to issues such as banking reform and climate change.
The United States has given its approval to China's One Belt One Road project.
China is Australia's biggest trading partner and the two have a wide-ranging free trade deal.
"It will happen," Republican Senator Richard Burr told reporters after a closed committee meeting.
China's state news agency, Xinhua, quoted Yang as saying China was willing to work with Washington "to enhance exchanges on all levels from top down" and to broaden communication and coordination on regional and global issues, while respecting "each other's core interests and major concerns."
The Washington and Florida meetings represent Abe’s latest move to strengthen Japan’s longstanding U.S. alliance in the face of China’s rise.
The measure, a centerpiece of the House Republican tax reform blueprint backed by Speaker Paul Ryan, is intended to encourage investment and manufacturing in the United States.
While Trump said he wanted to have good relations with Russia, May said sanctions must stay in place.
We still don’t have a good idea of what trade policy is going to look like.
Trump might use the meeting to go some way to winning concessions from Britain and bolster his vision of the United States exporting its way to prosperity.
Prime minister will lead a delegation of small businesses as she seeks post-Brexit role for Britain.
Politicians fearful of anti-globalization sentiment are turning against deals.
The real economic impact will not be felt until more is known about the Brexit deal.
President Obama had told Britons that leaving the European Union would impact trade relations with the U.S.