Chinese investments in the United States are going to expand in the future, said Secretary of Treasury Department Timothy Geithner Tuesday.
Bilateral talks likely to yield dozens of deals
Dozens of deals and agreements were expected to be reached by the countries' top officials during the last day of the third round of the China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue in the US capital, said Minister of Commerce Chen Deming.
- Benefits of direct investment
- It's economics, not politics
- China, U.S. agree to build mutual trust, cooperation
- Vice premier announces greater economic cooperation with U.S.
- Bridging the divide
- Full text of outcomes of strategic track of 2011 China-U.S. Strategic and Economic Dialogue
- Economic ties get boost with new deal
BackgrounderThe China- U.S. Strategic and Economic Dialogue was established by Chinese President Hu Jintao and US President Obama in April 2009 and represents the highest-level bilateral forum to discuss a broad range of issues between the two nations. More>>
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