Vice Premier Liu He: China, U.S. Agree To Hold More Trade Talks

China and the U.S. have agreed to hold more talks on trade in Beijing in the future after the latest round of consultations ended in Washington without reaching a deal.


While speaking with Chinese media, Liu He, Chinese Vice Premier and chief of the Chinese trade delegation, said that both sides had “honest” and “constructive” talks.


“We agree that both sides need to maintain a good momentum of continuing consultations despite obstructions,” Liu told reporters, adding that he reckoned the talks “have not broken down.”