US, China likely to hold high-level talks this month to assess bilateral trade agreement: Report

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The US and China have agreed to hold high-level talks this month in order to assess China’s compliance with the bilateral trade agreement signed early this year, sources revealed.

As per the news reports, the trade pact has emerged as one of the few remaining avenues for the two countries to engage on matters of mutual concern.

To recall, relations have deteriorated in recent months, with the Trump-led US administration hammering China over the COVID-19 outbreak, Hong Kong and the treatment of Uighurs in western China.

Editorial Desk at Agrigate.Global

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