Update: China, U.S. to Give Trade Talks Another Shot
China announced Thursday that it will send a delegation to the U.S. later this month for trade negotiations, after the two countries started imposing tit-for-tat tariffs on goods from each other and Washington tightened controls on investment.
Invited by the U.S., the delegation, headed by Commerce Vice Minister Wang Shouwen, will meet with a team of negotiators led by David Malpass, undersecretary for international affairs of the U.S. Treasury Department, the Ministry of Commerce said in a statement (link in Chinese). Wang is also the deputy China international trade representative.
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