Talks of Imran Khan mediating between the neighbours was confirmed by 2 senior Pakistan officials.
We had a very, very good negotiation with China, says Donald Trump.
Blacklisting of Chinese companies could deepen divisions between Washington and Beijing.
China says if both sides can take more enthusiastic measures, reduce pessimistic language and actions, the talks will yield results.
President Trump previously closed talks with Taliban after attacks on US troops.
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid says the cancellation also means the United State's credibility is affected and its anti-peace stance will be exposed.
All terms contained in the offers will continue to be in full force and effect.
As trade wars between the United States and China continue, both countries are expected to have a round-in talk session in September.
The United States and China hope for an end to the ongoing trade war through another series of talks between the two superpowers.
While President Trump says discussions are going well with the Taliban, a massive bombing in Kabul yesterday suggests otherwise.
He will attend the 2nd Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation on Friday.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin touts the currency pact as the strongest ever, though he offered no details, following two days of high-level talks in Washington between US and Chinese officials.
Negotiations broke down during the weekend over funding for immigrant detention beds and physical barriers that would be funded along the US-Mexico border.
A White House official says that preparations are under way and the talks will continue to focus on pressing Beijing to make structural reforms.
The bonds are expected to be released next month.
Vietnam is seen as the most likely venue for the Trump-Kim summit, which is expected to take place late this month and follows on from a landmark first face-to-face last June.
President Donald Trump will meet China’s top trade negotiator for round talks on US demands and Beijing's pledge to buy more American goods.
Economy, culture, education, infrastructure, investment, and housing were fields that covered the agreement signed on Monday.
Shinzo Abe aims to normalise diplomatic relations with the North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un, by settling matters dating back to Japan's brutal colonisation in before and during WWII.
Floated proposals include a withdrawal by the United States of its troops in return for Taliban guarantees not to shelter foreign extremists.
Trump dismisses as "ridiculous" the Post story that alleged he went to great lengths to hide the content of his talks with Putin.
He says Daimler is open to talk if there are concrete topics and it’s a win-win situation.
Exasperated Democrats called Trump's behaviour a "temper tantrum" and said the meeting broke down when they refused to commit to funding his proposed southern border wall.
The vice president describes the meeting, at his ceremonial office across the street from the White House, as a “productive discussion.”