New US-China trade talks in Beijing[/rtl]
[rtl]Editorial Date: 2019/5/11 11:11 • 104 times read[/rtl]
China and the United States have agreed to hold more trade talks in Beijing after a round of discussions in Washington, which he described as frank and constructive, Chinese Vice Premier Liu He said on Saturday.
Liu said he did not believe the potential trade deal had "collapsed", adding that small setbacks were inevitable, according to Reuters.
He said that America and China have great mutual understandings but there are still differences over "initial issues".
Liu said China could not make concessions on those "principled issues," but he was cautiously optimistic about the future of the trade talks.
China strongly opposes the latest increase in US tariffs and should respond to that increase, he said. is over