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Hu, Bush talk about ties, US financial turmoil via phone
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Chinese President Hu Jintao and his US counterpart George W. Bush discussed bilateral relations and the financial upheavals in the United States in a phone conversation on Monday morning Beijing time.

Bush congratulated Hu on China's successful hosting of the Beijing Olympic and Paralympic Games and thanked China for its hospitality toward him when he was in Beijing to attend the Olympics. Hu appreciated the US government and people's support for the Games.

Bush briefed Hu on the latest development of the US financial market, saying his government was well aware of the scope of the problem, and had taken and would continue to take necessary measures to stabilize the domestic and world financial markets.

Hu hoped the measures would soon take effect and lead to a gradual recovery of the financial market, which he said not only serves the interests of the United States, but also those of China, and benefits the stability of the world financial market and the sound development of the world economy.

The Chinese president also praised the good momentum of the development of the Sino-US ties in recent years in various areas.

He said China is ready to work with the US side to intensify dialogue, exchanges and cooperation, and properly handle issues concerning mutual interests and and of major concern, particularly the Taiwan question, in a bid to push forward the sustained and steady development of the Sino-US constructive and cooperative ties.

(Xinhua News Agency September 22, 2008)

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