But there's no shortage of issues to discuss between the world's two largest economies.
U.S.-China tensions have put Chinese businesses on edge.
Tariffs won't go away altogether. Some reduction could impact prices, but not immediately.
The U.S. and China have been engaged in a trade war for nearly four years. What's the scorecard?
This is part of the phase one trade deal China signed with the Trump administration. But those goals may have been unrealistic.
U.S. businesses in China are advised to audit supply chains and revisit contracts.
The kiosks have dwindled in Shanghai, and since the U.S.-China trade war began, it's hard to get people to answer even simple questions.
The increased scrutiny has led to an intended chilling effect, with Chinese foreign direct investment slowing since 2016.
Keeping the trade levies in place is seen as a way the U.S. can maintain leverage with China on a range of issues.
The U.S. set higher postage rates last year. E-commerce sellers in China are still scrambling to deal with the change.