China’s commerce ministry to follow through on consensus reached by Chinese, U.S. leaders By Reuters

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BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s commerce ministry said on Thursday that it would follow through on the consensus reached by Chinese and U.S. leaders during a phone call last week, when asked if there has been any progress on trade.

Trade teams from both sides have maintained communications, Shu Jueting, ministry spokesperson told a media conference.

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