Liu: China, US can be 'driver' of world peace
"China and the US are the largest developing country and the largest developed one in the world," said Liu Yandong, vice-premier of China." If we work together, we can become the anchor of the world's stability and the driver of world peace."
China, US on good rhythm to improve ties
China and the United States have been on a good rhythm to improve bilateral relations, said US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew in Washington on Wednesday.
US should contribute more to global economic growth
China's Finance Minister Lou Jiwei said Tuesday that the United States should take on more responsibilities to boost global economic recovery in accordance with its capacity as the world's largest economy.
Chinese official says key China-US dialogue promotes relations
Chinese Vice-Premier Wang Yang said Monday that the China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED) has helped the world's two largest economies identify and expand common interests and strengthen bilateral relations.
China, US should not let distractions derail ties: Xi
China and the United States should not let distraction derail relationship, President Xi Jinping tells US Secretary of State John Kerry.
US benefits from high-level engagements with China: Lew
The US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said that Americans have benefited from China's contributions to the bilateral economic development and that the United States welcomes China having a significant role in global economics.
Managing differences in Sino-US relations
Editor's note: Chinese President Xi Jinping is going to visit the United States in September at the invitation of US President Barack Obama.