The delegation led by a deputy commerce minister will visit in late August to discuss "issues of mutual concern", the Commerce Ministry announced Thursday.
China will hold a fresh round of trade talks with the United States in Washington later this month, Beijing said on Thursday, offering a glimmer of hope for progress in resolving a conflict that has set world financial markets on edge.
News of the upcoming talks helped Chinese stocks stem losses.
China has been reiterating that it opposes unilateralism and trade protectionism of Trump and will not accept any unilateral trade restrictions.
China and the US reached a modest breakthrough in their standoff over trade, saying they will hold lower-level talks later this month on the spiraling dispute.
The president has argued that the tariffs are necessary in order to secure better trade deals, even though the USA has yet to establish any new agreement since the duties were put in place.
United States futures also gained, as Dow e-minis gained 0.45 per cent on the news. The U.S. has imposed tariffs on tens of millions in Chinese imports with President Trump's warning of tariffs on hundreds of millions more in Chinese imports to the United States. Worries about damage to the global economy from the dispute have hurt prices, which hit their lowest since June 2017 overnight.
Washington slapped 25% tariffs on $34bn of Chinese goods in early July, leading Beijing to respond with similar levies, and further tariffs on $16bn of Chinese goods are due to come into effect on 23 August. China has issued retaliatory tariffs on USA exports that have appeared to be aimed at US industries that could have a political effect on the USA president.
Trump asked Kudlow in the Cabinet meeting how the US economy was doing compared to China's economy.