China's top trade negotiator Liu He will travel to the United States this week for the 11th round of trade talks, a move that will bring trade negotiations between the world's two largest economies back on track after US President Donald Trump sharply escalated the trade tensions with new tariff threat.
China's Vice Premier Liu He will go to the US for negotiations from May 9 to May 10 at the invitation of US Trade Representative Robert . . .
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