China’s Foreign Ministry is out with a statement, noting that trade talks with the US are still continuing.
These comments come after the report from the WSJ, citing the US delegation demanding a “detailed list of asks” from China.
The WSJ also reported that the US and China will meet quarterly to review the progress on the list.
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