U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is going to visit China next week, said U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Monday at the White House.
U.S. stocks closed higher on Monday as easing U.S.-China trade tensions fueled optimism in the market.
Artificial intelligence technologies are bursting out of laboratories and into reality at a faster rate than many expected.
The consensuses reached during economic and trade consultations between China and the United States meet the interests of the people of the two countries and whole world, Chinese Vice Premier Liu He said on Monday.
China's natural gas imports, which currently account for more than 30 percent of domestic consumption, will continue to rise and boost Sino-US energy trade while changing the global market pattern, experts said.
China's $3.12 trillion foreign exchange reserve may further decline under the pressure of capital outflows, said experts, predicting a stronger U.S. dollar supported by the Fed's possible interest rate hike in June.
China is likely to take the lead in adopting blockchain — a type of technology originally developed as a digitized public ledger for cryptocurrency transactions — in the real economy, an industry white paper says.
Technology companies dominated this year's Fortune 500 list released on Monday, with Apple, Amazon, Alphabet, Microsoft, and IBM, among others, all in the top 50.
China continued to see a stable growth in employment in 2017, official data showed Monday.
U.S. stocks opened higher on Monday as investors cheered an easing of trade tensions between China and the United States.