Before the October talks, trade teams from the two countries will hold consultations in mid-September, the ministry said, adding that both sides agreed to take actual actions to create favorable conditions.
They also reportedly agreed to hold working-level talks before then to prepare. The taxes are hitting USA consumers and businesses as 87% of textiles and clothing the United States buys from China and 52% of shoes now face a surcharge.
The U.S., Europe, Japan and other trading partners say those plans violate China's market-opening commitments and are based on stealing or pressuring companies to hand over technology.
China and the USA are locked in a fierce trade dispute.
China immediately hit back, slapping tariffs of up to 10 percent on over 1,700 items imported from the US. Exports rose 0.6% to $207.4 billion, while imports ticked down 0.1% to $261.4 billion.
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But India maintains its recent actions in its part of the disputed region are an "internal matter". He expressed fears that India may launch a false flag operation, to divert the world attention.
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US President Donald Trump announced afterwards he would increase tariffs on more than half-a-trillion dollars worth of imports in a new round of punitive measures, prompting Beijing to respond with fresh tariffs on US goods worth US$75 billion (S$103 billion).
Talks broke down in May over how to enforce any agreement.
The top officials last met in Shanghai in July for a round of trade talks, which were described as "constructive" but ended with no announcements. Neither government has given any indication it is ready to break the deadlock by offering concessions.
While the US-China negotiations began in earnest in January and seemed at first to make progress, they were abruptly called off in the spring by Trump.