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China has expressed its concern about the U.S.'s cancellation of additional tariffs and sanctions as well as fair treatment of Chinese companies in the latest video call between Chinese Vice Premier Liu He and the U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, according to a statement on the website of the Ministry of Commerce on Tuesday.
The two sides conducted pragmatic, candid and constructive exchanges on the macroeconomic situation and cooperation in multilateral and bilateral fields, and both agreed that the recovery of the world economy is at a critical juncture, requiring both countries to strengthen coordination of macroeconomic policies, according to the statement.
Both sides agreed to continue to communicate, the statement said.