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UPDATED: 08:00, December 08, 2006
China urges US to release export controls
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Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang on Thursday urged the United States to ease its export controls on China, saying it would help balance bilateral trade.

Qin made the remarks at a regular press conference when commenting a possible US policy change.

Two dozen groups representing some of the biggest U.S. companies, including Boeing and Microsoft, urged the Commerce Department on Dec. 1 to scrap a proposal to tighten national security controls on exports to China.

A new proposal by the U.S. Commerce Department in July may further tighten controls, but the proposal is still under discussion.

Qin said China urged the U.S. to create favorable conditions for the sound development of bilateral trade relations, based on mutual respect and reciprocity.

Easing the export controls would also benefit the U.S. by balancing trade, Qin said.

Source: Xinhua

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