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China, US to discuss trade, economic issues

Senior Chinese and US government officials will meet in Washington next week for the first round of a comprehensive economic dialogue to discuss economic and trade issues of mutual concern.

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Cui points way on Korean nuclear issue, calls both sides’ security key

Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai believes the key to the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula is to address the legitimate security concerns of all sides.

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Beijing urges US to change export policies to diminish its trade deficit

Beijing urged Washington on Wednesday to “adjust its outdated policies” on exports to China in light of a recent analysis saying US policy in areas like high-tech goods “significantly contributes” to its trade deficit with China.

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Japan passes disputed bill

A committee of Japan’s lower house passed controversial security bills aimed at beefing up the role of Japan’s military on Wednesday, despite strong domestic protests and concerns among neighboring countries.

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US, China relations key to future: Rice

US National Security Advisor Susan Rice said Southeast Asian nations should not have to choose sides among major powers, particularly the United States and China. Rice made the remarks on Monday at the Brookings Institution in Washington in a talk focused on Southeast Asia. Rice said the region is facing serious questions about how to […]

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