Finance Vice-Minister Liao Min (left) and Commerce Vice-Minister Wang Shouwen are said to be going to Washington to lay the groundwork for high-level talks at the end of the month. Photo: Baidu, Bloomberg

China, US ‘less belligerent, more cordial’ as delegation heads to Washington before Liu He

  • Commerce Vice-Minister Wang Shouwen and Finance Vice-Minister Liao Min are expected to arrive in the US on Monday, Bloomberg reports
  • Both sides appear committed to reaching a deal before March 1, analysts say
Topic |   US-China trade war

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Finance Vice-Minister Liao Min (left) and Commerce Vice-Minister Wang Shouwen are said to be going to Washington to lay the groundwork for high-level talks at the end of the month. Photo: Baidu, Bloomberg
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