Talking about a lot on trade. It's gotten very complex with what's happened to Brexit and what's happened with various other trade deals throughout the world. We're doing very well in our negotiations with China. Some of our people are leaving for China on Monday.
And we're getting there. Could be very interesting. We'll see. I don't like to talk about things, and I won't talk about things because who knows what happens. Lots of strange things can happen for better or worse. But we are doing very well in those trade negotiations.
And actually we have a very big trade negotiation going on right now with Japan, which is I would imagine, the primary reason that the prime minister is here. And the other thing we'll be discussing is trade as it relates to our two countries. Japan is buying a tremendous amount of military equipment and other equipment from the United States.
We make the greatest jet fighters in the world, and missiles and rockets and everything else. We make the best in the world by far. And we'll be discussing that. We'll be discussing very strongly agriculture because, as the prime minister knows, Japan puts very massive tariffs on agriculture, our agriculture, going for many years going into Japan. And we want to get rid of those tariffs because we don't tariff their cars.
So, I think that that will... something will work out. But this should have been done by previous administrations, many previous administrations. It's been a long time, but I'm sure we'll be able to work that out. And ultimately we have a chance to make a very good and long term trade deal with Japan.