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President Hu proposes four points for Sino-US ties

01-18-2011 08:48 BJT Special Report:Chinese President Hu Jintao Visits US |

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President Hu Jintao conducted an interview Monday with the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post. The dialogue comes a day before his state visit to the US.

During the interview, President Hu proposed four points to further advance China-US ties. He says both countries should increase dialogue and contact, enhance strategic mutual trust and abandon the zero-sum Cold War mentality. He also suggests both countries respect each other's sovereignty, territorial integrity and make constant efforts to expand both countries' converging interests. Hu also says China would firmly continue with its opening-up policy and work with the international community to contribute to the overall recovery of the world economy.

Also in the written interview:

-- President Hu: China still largest developing country in the world

Chinese President Hu Jintao said Monday that China is still the largest developing country in the world. Hu made the remarks in a written interview with both the Wall Street Journal and Washington Post before his upcoming state visit to the United States, due to kick off on Jan. 18. Full story >>

-- President Hu: says China to pursue win-win strategy of opening-up

China said on Monday it will adhere to the win-win strategy of opening-up and work with the international community to contribute to the overall recovery of the world economy. Full story >>

-- President Hu: U.S. monetary policy has a major impact on global liquidity, capital flows

Chinese President Hu Jintao said Monday that the monetary policy of the United States has a major impact on global liquidity and capital flows. Full story >>

-- President Hu: China calls for further advancing int'l financial system reform

China on Monday called on the international community to further advance the international financial system reform, and to build a new and more equal and balanced global partnership for development.Full story >>

-- President Hu: Following path of peaceful development is China's "solemn commitment" to world

Chinese President Hu Jintao said Monday that following the path of peaceful development is a solemn commitment of the Chinese government and people to the international community." Full story >>

-- President Hu: People's democracy is life of socialism

People's democracy is the life of socialism and China is committed to the development of socialist democracy, Chinese President Hu Jintao said on Monday.Full story >>

-- President Hu: Proposes four points to advance China-U.S. ties

Chinese president proposes four points to advance China-U.S. ties. President Hu is to pay a state visit to the United States from Tuesday to Friday, in a written interview with reporters from Wall Street Journal and Washington Post on Monday. Full story >>

-- President Hu: China to firmly adhere to opening-up policy

Chinese President Hu Jintao said Monday that China would stay firmly committed to the opening-up policy and actively and effectively use foreign investment.  Full story >>

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV.CN

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