China Update


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- Quote of the Week

- U.S.-China Relations

- China News

- Energy & Environment and Trade

- Excerpt from U.S.-China Relations:

President Obama meetings Chinese President Xi Jinping:

On March 25, President Obama met with President Xi at the U.S. Ambassador’s Residence in The Hague, The Netherlands, while there for a Nuclear Security Summit. In his remarks, President Obama stated “I think it's fair to say that this bilateral relationship has been as important as any bilateral relationship in the world, and we've made great strides. I believe ultimately that by working together, that China and the United States can help to strengthen international law, respect for the sovereignty of nations, and establish the kinds of rules internationally that allow all people to thrive.” In his remarks, President Xi stated “We are committed to our position of no confrontation, no conflict, mutual respect, and win-win cooperation with regard to the United States. We’ll adopt a more positive attitude and more vigorous actions to strengthen cooperation with the United States, and also to effectively manage our differences and sensitivities and make sure the China-U.S. relationship will continue to move forward in a healthy and steady fashion.”

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