U.S., Chinese officials held productive trade call: White House adviser

  Reuters 
U.S. and Chinese deputy-level negotiators held a "very constructive" teleconference on Wednesday and the Trump administration is still planning for a round of in-person talks in September, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said.
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