Chinese Premier Li Keqiang just issued a strong message to Donald Trump: You really don’t want to start a trade war with us.

Speaking at a news conference on Wednesday, Li cited an article from “an authoritative international think tank” showing that “should a trade war break out between China and the United States, it would be foreign-invested companies, in particular US firms, that would bear the brunt of it.”

“We don’t want to see any trade war breaking out between the two countries. That wouldn’t make our trade fairer,” he added.