A Chinese delegation will visit American farm regions with US officials next week in an effort to build goodwill amid ongoing trade negotiations, US Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue told reporters, said Reuters.
“They want to see the production of agriculture. I think they want to build goodwill,” Perdue said.
The delegation, led by Vice Minister for Agriculture Qu Dongyu, would meet with agricultural producers and was planning visits to Bozeman, Montana and Omaha, Nebraska, CNBC reported.
US and Chinese negotiators were met on Thursday for their first trade talks in nearly two months, as the United States and China seek an end to a trade war marked by tit-for-tat tariffs.