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China, US to hold more trade talks as difference remains

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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