Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump chatting at the G-20 event a day before their highly anticipated bilateral meeting.
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The U.S.A. and China to resume trade talks in Washington in September after two countries discussed increasing Chinese purchases of U.S. agricultural products in the latest talks in shanghai, Chinese state news agency Xinhua said.
The two sides conducted "frank, efficient and constructive in-depth exchanges" on major economic and trade issues, and they discussed that China would increase its purchase of American farm goods and the US will create "favorable conditions" for it, Xinhua said on Wednesday, adding that the next round of "high-level" talks will be convened in the U.S. in September.
Hu Xijin, a Chinese official tabloid editor followed by Wall Street for insight, echoed the sentiment in a Twitter post.
The White House did not yet put out a statement on the result of Tuesday's discussion or the schedule for future stocks. The White House did not immediately return CNBC's request for comment.
This week's two-day meetings in Shanghai, the first in-person trade talks since the G20 truce, did not yield much progress on other key conflicts in the trade dispute including the US ' Huawei ban and China's intellectual property violations, according to Xinhua. In the midst of talks, President Donald Trump fired off a series of tweets criticizing China's trade practices, claiming it's not buying more agricultural products as promised to
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He alleged that China may be awaiting the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
"They should probably wait out our Election to see if we get one of the Democrat stiffs like Sleepy Joe … The problem with them waiting, however, is that if & when I win, the deal that they get will be much tougher than what are we negotiating now … or no deal at all, "Trump said.
Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping reached a truce in June at the G20 summit after trade talks collapsed in May that prompted a steep US tariff hike on $ 200 billion of Chinese goods. The Trump administration also blacklisted Huawei, U.S. Forcing companies to cut ties with it. China later said the deal would not be reached unless the existing tariffs were stripped.