The United States and China are expected to hold two new rounds of talks in the coming months, according to The Wall Street Journal.
 According to the provisional agenda, US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin are expected to travel to Beijing in the week of April 29. Meanwhile, China's deputy prime minister, Liu He, is due to go to Washington in the week of May 6.
Closing of the agreement
 Earlier this month, US President Donald Trump treated the trade deal with China optimistically.
However, Robert Lighthizer, stated that there are some outstanding issues between the two powers.  Chinese and American negotiators try to reach consensus on tariff policies.
 According to Trump, who on the occasion be met with Deputy Prime Minister, Liu He, there are still points of divergences include tariffs and the charge of theft of intellectual property.

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