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Xi pins high hope for S&ED

[2015-06-23 23:40]

China and the US begins their largest high-level meetings to better identify opportunities for expanding cooperation and to manage differences.

China, US kick off annual high-level talks on ties

[2015-06-23 23:01]

China and the United States opened their annual high-level talks here Tuesday to deepen cooperation in strategic and economic issues and further promote people-to-people exchanges.

Strengthening China-US talks to provide more opportunities for Chinese firms

[2015-06-23 09:26]

As witnesses and contributors to the booming China-U.S. bilateral trade and investment, Chinese companies expect exchanges between high-level officials from both countries, such as the Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED), would further provide more and broader opportunities for companies from both countries.

Investment treaty to top China-US S&ED agenda, doable under Obama administration

[2015-06-21 14:13]

Talks on a bilateral investment treaty will be high on the agenda during the upcoming annual strategic and economic talks between China and the US.

Innovation institute set for Seattle

[2015-06-19 11:08]

It's the first time a Chinese research university has established a physical presence in the US.

Strategic talks to set pace tone for Xi's visit to the US

[2015-06-19 09:33]

The US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue meetings scheduled for next week are expected to lay the roadmap for a fruitful state visit by President Xi Jinping to the US in September.

Key China-US talks next week

[2015-06-16 06:01]

China and the United States will hold their seventh meeting of the US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED) in Washington from June 23-24.

Helping the Hill understand China

[2015-06-11 11:21]

What's the best way to make the politicians on Capitol Hill better understand China?

US concerns over Chinese currency expected to fade as RMB no longer undervalued

[2015-05-28 10:02]

After years of grabbing the spotlight in Sino-US economic relations, US concerns over the valuation of Chinese currency, or renminbi (RMB), are expected to fade as the International Monetary Fund has declared that RMB is no longer undervalued.

Chinese invest billions in US: Report

[2015-05-21 14:03]

Despite fears from US politicians and companies about jobs being outsourced to China, Chinese investment in the United States has created 80,000 jobs for Americans, up from fewer than 15,000 five years ago, and the number could reach 200,000 to 400,000, according to a report released on Wednesday.