The US Financial News Channel CNBC quoted three sources on September 26 that the China-US high-level trade negotiations will be held in Washington from October 10th to 11th.
One source said that China will send Vice Premier Liu He to lead a delegation to the United States. The White House, the Ministry of Finance, and the Office of the Trade Representative have not commented on whether the date is true.
US President Donald Trump previously said that China and the United States may be expected to reach an agreement faster; as for the White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow, he is quite optimistic that the two sides can reach an agreement.
Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said at the UN General Assembly in New York on the 26th that China is willing to buy more products for the US market in order to release goodwill from various US products. More enthusiasm measures to reduce pessimism and words and make trade talks fruitful.