China and the US have agreed to hold more trade talks in Beijing, said China's Vice Premier Liu He and lead trade negotiator, after the US hiked tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods and began the process of imposing additional tariffs on all remaining imports from China.
“Negotiations have not broken down,” Liu, said in a video interview posted by China Central Television (CCTV).“Quite the opposite, I think small setbacks are normal and inevitable during the negotiations of both countries. Looking forward, we are still cautiously optimistic.”
“Right now, both sides have reached mutual understanding in . . .
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