The country's gross domestic product grew by 6.2% in the quarter ended in June, with the slowest quarterly growth rate since 1992 and 6.4% in the previous quarter, according to government figures released on Monday.
And the Chinese economy will continue to face "downward pressure" in the second half of this year, the country's national statistical office said in a statement.
"China's economy is still in a difficult and difficult situation," he said. "Global growth has slowed and external uncertainties have risen."
The White House sales counselor Peter Navarro said in an interview with CNBC on Friday that US sales agent Robert Lahtiser will travel to Beijing with Finance Minister Stephen Munchin in the near future.
It is noted that both sides can reach an agreement to remove the tariffs introduced in the last 1
"The uncertainty caused by the US-Chinese trade war was an important factor, and we think it will continue," said Tom Rafferty, Chief Economist, China at The Economist.
"Business remains skeptical that both sides will reach a wider trade deal and admit that trade pressure may escalate again," he added.
The number of growth is after China reports a decline in both exports and imports for the first six months of this year, indicating that the victims of the trade war of the economy have already suffers from weaker domestic demand.
Chinese exports dropped by 1.3% yoy for the first half in dollar terms, while imports fell by 7.3%. US imports drop 30% annually
The trade war and the slowdown in China's economic growth have already hit some of the world's largest businesses.
Global automobile brands also suffer as the world's largest car market is slowing down this year after the first decline in decades in 2018. Chinese consumers are less likely to make large purchases of tickets in a precarious environment , while a government campaign against deadly situations
Nanjing Fan contributed to this report.