Beijing: Top officials from the US and China will resume negotiations to resolve the ongoing trade war between the two world powers, Chinese Commerce Ministry said on Thursday.
Ministry’s spokesman Gao Feng told reporters that the heads of the two economic and trade teams would hold trade talks according to instructions passed down from the Presidents of the two countries.
Without offering further details, the spokesperson said that Beijing's stand regarding the conflict had not changed and urged Washington to resolve the main Chinese concerns in the next round of discussions, which should be held “as equals”, Efe news reported.
The announcement comes soon after US President Donald Trump said he would meet his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping during the G20 summit on June 28-29 in Osaka, Japan. (IANS)