According to a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin, cited by Reuters, US Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian Affairs Daniel J. Kritenbrink and Senior Director for China Affairs of the White House National Security Council, Laura Rosenberger, and China’s Vice foreign minister Xie Feng held a meeting on Sunday and Monday.
Wang said they had an “extensive exchange” of views on international and regional issues of common concern.”
“The talks were frank, in-depth and constructive,” Wang added.
Further, China’s Foreign Ministry responded to the US sanctioning two top Chinese officials for what they called significant human rights violations in Tibet.
“These illegal sanctions severely affected Sino-American relations,” Wang said.
AUD/USD was last seen trading at 0.6767, down 0.40% on the day. The headlines fail to have any impact on the Chinese proxy, the Australian Dollar.
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