No. This question is two-fold.
First, China and the US agreed in early December on a 90-day halt to any new tariff escalations in order to resume trade talks. If the two parties fail to reach a deal before March, the US may raise its current 10 percent import tariffs to 25 percent, which will bump the pair into an unforeseeable future.
After the first deadline expires, the chances of hitting upon a lasting agreement wane. Hence, China must craft a long-term strategy to tackle this issue.