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Negotiations will take place in early October in Washington. Until then, countries will maintain contact.
China and the United States agreed to resume negotiations on trade issues between them at the beginning of October in Washington, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday, September 5.
"The parties agreed to hold the 13th round of high-level Chinese-American consultations on trade and economic issues in early October in Washington," a statement posted on the agency’s website said.
Consultations at the working level will begin in mid-September.
Recall that negotiations on trade disagreements were suspended amid the escalation of the “tariff war” between the two countries, launched by US President Donald Trump.