China, US Vice Ministers to hold trade talks starting Monday

The US and China will reopen trade negotiations next week, when a US trade delegation will visit China, unnamed sources tell Bloomberg.

China said a US delegation will visit next week for trade talks, confirming the two sides will have their first face-to-face negotiation since President Donald Trump and his counterpart Xi Jinping agreed to a 90-day truce in their trade war last month.

Deputy US Trade Representative Jeffrey Gerrish will lead the US delegation for the talks on Jan. 7 and 8, the Commerce Ministry said in a statement. Vice ministers from the two countries talked on the phone on Friday, and will discuss how to implement the consensus reached in Argentina when the two leaders meet in Beijing, it said. Bloomberg News reported earlier that US officials would head to Beijing the week of Jan. 7.

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