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Wall Street Journal: Hu's visit to enhance world's most important bilateral ties

01-21-2011 14:11 BJT

Chinese President Hu Jintao's state visit to the U.S. has attracted attention from just about everyone. And it's been an absolute field day for the international press. Let's take a closer look at what they have to say.

Associated Press says President Barack Obama welcomed President Hu Jintao with the grandest of White House soirees. Both sides sought to find common ground on economic and security issues. President Obama says China's rise as a strong, prosperous and successful nation is a good thing for the U.S. and the whole world.

Washington Post put President Hu Jintao's state visit on the front page, and points out Chinese businesses investing in the U.S. will provide job opportunities for Americans.

Meanwhile, the Wall Street Journal says the Chinese President's visit will enhance the world's most important bilateral relationship, as many economic and trade deals are signed.

French news agency AFP says China and the U.S. have signed trade deals covering agriculture, railways, aviation and hybrid buses during President Hu Jintao's visit, which means the trade cooperation between the two countries is enjoying fast development.

Editor:Xiong Qu |Source: CNTV.CN

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