Beijing, The "substantive progress" China and the United States have made in their trade talks has been "well-received" in both countries and around the world, spokesman for China's largely rubber-stamp parliament, Zhang Yesui, said on Monday.

Yesui, who is a former Chinese ambassador in Washington, said in statement that history shows cooperation is the best choice for the world's two largest economies, adding that the economic and trade ties between the two countries are mutually beneficial, hoping that both sides can continue to step up consultations, to reach a mutually-beneficial.

China and the United States have imposed tit-for-tat tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars worth of each others' goods, and the talks are aimed at de-escalating a conflict that has roiled financial markets, disrupted manufacturing supply chains and shrunk U.S. farm exports.

Source: Jordan News Agency