China's foreign ministry said in a statement Sunday that Beijing is willing to work with the United States through "storms" in their relationship towards the goal of global stability.
The statement from ministry spokesman Lu Kang mentioned the consensus agreement that US President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping reached during the Group of 20 Summit in Argentina earlier this month, Reuters reported.
On Saturday, Trump wrote in a Twitter message that "big progress" was being made in US-China trade talks and that a potential deal was coming together "very well."
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Deal is moving along very well. If made, it will be very comprehensive, covering all subjects, areas and points of dispute. Big progress being made! ”Trump wrote on Twitter.
Following the call, President Xi expressed hope that the two countries could move towards a more cooperative relationship, Reuters reported Saturday. and China have been involved in a trade for over the course of 201
A report increasing China's economy, potentially slowing global growth, the report said. Delegation of trade officials is expected to travel to Beijing in early January for negotiations with the Chinese. In the case of progress, more negotiations will follow in Washington soon after, the Journal reported.
At the G-20 meetings, Trump and Xi agreed to a 90-day truce on tariff hikes in hopes of reaching a trade deal.
Matthew Kazin contributed to this story.