US President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping have set out starkly different visions for the future of global trade in speeches at a summit in Vietnam, BBC report.In a defiant address, Mr Trump told the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (Apec) meeting that the US would no longer tolerate "chronic trade abuses". In contrast, President Xi said globalisation was irreversible. Mr Trump is currently on a five-nation Asia tour, with China one of his stops. Apec brings together 21 economies from the Pacific region - the equivalent of about 60% of the world's GDP. Since taking office, President Trump has pursued his "America First" agenda and pulled the US out of the regional Trans-Pacific Partnership - a major trade deal with 12 Apec nations - arguing it would hurt US economic interests.