China and the US are to enter into a fourth round of talks to decide a deal to limit growth of the former's textile exports, reports say.
An official of China's Ministry of Commerce said that both sides had made good movements over the textiles subject so far.

According to The Market Daily newspaper, vice-president of the China National Textiles Import and Export Corp, Li Lingmin, said that discussions will commence within Beijing before the end of this month.

China's textile exports to the US jumped 76 per cent during the first six months of 2005, causing the US to implement restrictive measures against China.

The latest round of talks last week failed to come to any conclusions but is said to have made further progress on resolving the dispute.