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U.S., China to Plan Resumption of Delayed Trade Deal Talks

  • Call to review agreement had been postponed from last weekend
  • Kudlow has said deal is going well and review was still coming
U.S. Border Patrol agents wearing "Trump" and "MAGA" protective masks participate in the pledge of allegiance during a campaign rally for U.S. President Donald Trump at Yuma International Airport in Yuma, Arizona, U.S., on Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2020. Trump portrayed Joe Biden as soft on illegal immigration in a speech Tuesday afternoon near the southern U.S. border, reprising a central theme of his 2016 campaign.
Photographer: Bing Guan/Bloomberg

The U.S. and China plan to reschedule trade-deal talks postponed from last weekend aimed at reviewing progress at the six-month mark of the agreement between the world’s two biggest economies, according to a person familiar with the matter.

While the date hasn’t been set, the review will take place soon, the person said, declining to be identified.