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Trade war

US-China trade talks to resume in week 2 of October, Beijing says

Liu He to visit Washington amid reprieve from Trump tariffs

BEIJING -- Chinese and American top trade negotiators will meet in Washington during the second week of October, a senior commerce official here said Sunday, restarting talks last convened in July.

"We hope for both sides to stand from a position of equality and mutual respect, to face the same direction, and be considerate of each other's concerns," Vice Commerce Minister Wang Shouwen told reporters.

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