A statement released by the Chinese side at the talks with the United States in Beijing said nothing specific about the outcome, and referred back to an agreement reached in Washington last month to increase purchase of U.S. goods and services.
The discussions in Beijing, led by US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, were meant to ease tensions after Washington said on Tuesday it would follow through with tariffs on Chinese imports despite a truce reached between the two sides last month.
"The United States will continue efforts to protect domestic technology and intellectual property, stop noneconomic transfers of industrially significant technology and intellectual property to China, and enhance access to the Chinese market", the White House statement read. "If the USA imposes tariffs on Chinese products, the Chinese side may announce retaliatory measures on American products as well".
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, who announced the tariff truce with China, said at the G7 summit in Canada that the United States was pushing for "structural changes" to the Chinese economy.
The agreement came several weeks after each country threatened to impose $150 billion tariffs on each other's goods and services.
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The event went ahead despite that but Beijing said it reserved the right to retaliate.
Private sector analysts say while Beijing is willing to compromise on its trade surplus, it will resist changes that might threaten plans to transform China into a global technology competitor.
President Donald Trump is pressing Beijing to narrow its politically volatile surplus in trade in goods with the United States, which reached a record $375.2 billion previous year. It said the White House also will impose curbs on Chinese investment and purchases of United States high-tech goods and on visas for Chinese students.
The White House said that Trump planned to add the tariffs to combat Chinese intellectual property theft, including tariffs on exports believed to contain stolen American intellectual property.
It criticised Tuesday's announcement but refrained from repeating its earlier threat.
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"Our meetings so far have been friendly and frank, and covered some useful topics about specific export items", Ross said, in brief comments before reporters.
Ross had been expected to seek clear commitments from Beijing to boost Chinese imports of U.S. products in areas such as energy and agriculture.
China's delegation included central bank governor Yi Gang, commerce minister Zhong Shan, and Ning Jizhe, a deputy head of the powerful planning body the National Development and Reform Commission.
Ross and the large American delegation had dinner Saturday evening with their Chinese hosts.
Beijing has resisted USA pressure to commit to a firm target of narrowing its annual surplus with the United States by $US200 billion ($264 billion).
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That might alienate allies who share complaints about Chinese technology policy and a flood of low-cost steel, aluminum and other exports they say are the result of improper subsidies and hurt foreign competitors.