China has said talks with the US have laid the foundations to resolve a damaging trade dispute between the world's two largest economies.
China's commerce ministry said the negotiations in Beijing this week were extensive, deep and detailed.
The US highlighted China's pledge to purchase more agriculture and other goods, without providing specifics.
Neither side has said when the two countries will meet again for further negotiations.
The talks in Beijing, which concluded Wednesday, were not expected to produce a final deal but optimism about progress had buoyed global stock markets this week.