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Trump, stability top subjects of China-US talks

By An Baijie in Lima and Zhao Huanxin in Beijing | China Daily | Updated: 2016-11-21 07:50

When President Xi Jinping and his US counterpart Barack Obama met in the capital of Peru, the two had one person in mind: Donald Trump, the US president-elect, whom they expect will maintain the momentum of bilateral relations.

"After Mr. Trump was elected the next US president, I had a phone conversation with him," Xi said when he met Obama on Saturday on the sidelines of meetings of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation organization being held in Lima.

Xi said he is willing to work with Trump to expand cooperation in different fields at bilateral, regional and global levels, and manage differences in a constructive way, so as to realize a relationship featuring nonconfrontation, mutual respect and win-win cooperation, and push forward China-United States ties further from a new starting point.

Trump, stability top subjects of China-US talks

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