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April 02, 2009

Kenneth Lieberthal discusses China at G20 summit and the Hu-Obama meeting

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"They are beginning to appreciate that when countries emerge from this current economic crisis, China is likely to be either the first to emerge or right after the U.S., and that China will be one of the very few countries at the end of this crisis to emerge without having high levels of government debt."

"An Unsure China Steps Onto the Global Stage"
by Michael Wines and Edward Wong, The New York Times

"The two sides agreed to cooperate in a set of areas and they characterized U.S.-China relationship as positive, cooperative and comprehensive going forward."

"U.S. scholar says China-U.S. meeting was forward-looking"
by Yan Feng, Xinhua News

Posted by zzhu at April 2, 2009 10:32 AM