BEIJING (Reuters) – China and the United States have agreed to hold trade talks “in the coming days” to evaluate the progress made on their Phase 1 trade deal at the six-month mark after it was reached in January, China’s commerce ministry said on Thursday.

Ministry spokesman Gao Feng made the comments at a weekly briefing held online, without elaborating.

Reporting by Yawen Chen and Ryan Woo; Editing by Alison Williams

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