White House officials have confirmed that they have held talks with China regarding trade, though details have been thin.
The Trump administration has stated that it is open to further talks with China, but China must first address longstanding US trade concerns. Given that the US' concerns include the economic architecture of China itself, China is unlikely to engage in a complete restructuring of their economic landscape in the near-term.
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