China and the United States have agreed to resume discussions to resolve their ongoing trade dispute over a phone call, ahead of talks between the two countries’ presidents on the sidelines of the G20 being held in Japan this week, reported the South China Morning Post.
Vice-Premier Liu He spoke to his US counterparts, Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, according to a brief statement by state news agency Xinhua on Tuesday morning.
“According to the instructions from the phone conversation of leaders of both countries, both sides exchanged views on economic and trade issues. Both sides agreed to continue communication,” the statement said.
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