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China hails Geithner's visit as "significant"

01-12-2012 13:50 BJT

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The US Treasury Secretary, Timothy Geithner has concluded his three-day visit to China and has left Beijing for Japan, the second leg of his Asian trip. Chinese leaders have hailed Geithner’s China tour as "significant" for bilateral economic and trade ties, but urged the United States not to politicize trade issues amid the complex economic situation.

During his stay in China, Geithner held meetings with Chinese leaders including Premier Wen Jiabao,Vice President Xi Jinping,Vice Premier Wang Qishan and Vice Premier Li Keqiang.

Chinese leaders have hailed Geithner’s China tour as "significant" for bilateral
economic and trade ties, but urged the United States not to politicize trade issues
amid the complex economic situation.

China has called for both sides to be mindful of each other’s core interests and major concerns, constantly enhance mutual trust and properly handle differences.

Geithner, for his part, said the US expects to continuously enhance dialogue and exchanges with China. He expressed his country’s wish that both nations deepen their mutual understanding, so as to seek cooperation in wider fields and effectively cope with difficulties and challenges.

Chinese leaders have hailed Geithner’s China tour as "significant" for bilateral
economic and trade ties, but urged the United States not to politicize trade issues
amid the complex economic situation.

Chinese leaders have hailed Geithner’s China tour as "significant" for bilateral
economic and trade ties, but urged the United States not to politicize trade issues
amid the complex economic situation.

Chinese leaders have hailed Geithner’s China tour as "significant" for bilateral
economic and trade ties, but urged the United States not to politicize trade issues
amid the complex economic situation.

 

Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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