Washington also agreed to postpone a planned tariff hike on US$160 billion of Chinese goods
Beijing said US negotiators agreed to roll back September penalties on $112 billion of imports, Trump dismissed claim.
Trump’s pushback suggested that negotiations haven’t progressed as far as hoped.
Price hikes may be on the way for consumers as company offsets rising costs.
Trump delayed a tariff due to take effect Tuesday on US$250 billion of Chinese goods but another increase on $160 billion of imports still is scheduled for Dec. 15.
Tariffs on US$7.5 billion on a range of European goods were approved by the World Trade Organization as compensation for illegal EU subsidies to Airbus.
US complaints China steals or pressures companies to hand over technology have not been addressed.
Deadlock over US allegations China steals technology and pressures foreign companies to hand over trade secrets.
U.S. farmers have been operating at a disadvantage in Japan since Trump withdrew from the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement.
Trump told reporters he wants a complete deal with China and won’t accept one that only addresses some of the differences between the two nations
Starting Sept. 1, the U.S. government began collecting 15% on US$112 billion in Chinese imports, on a wide array of merchandise including basketball jerseys, basketball shoes, basketballs and even hoops.
Exports to the United States, China’s biggest market, fell 6.5% in July.
Spokesman for China’s foreign ministry said he didn’t know what Trump was talking about.
Negotiations are deadlocked over how to enforce a trade deal.
They have previously expressed concern Trump’s tariffs, higher budget deficits could dampen the economy.