Chinese Premier reiterates worries over China's assets in U.S.

12:41, March 14, 2010      

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Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said Sunday that he is still worried about the safety of China's assets in the United States, urging the U.S. government to take actions to assure foreign investors of its treasury bonds.

"The unstable U.S. dollar is a great concern for China's foreign assets," he said at a press conference after the National People's Congress concluded its annual session.

Wen expressed hopes that the United States would take concrete actions to ensure the security of the assets and assure its foreign investors, as the safety of U.S. treasury bonds are guaranteed by its national credibility.

Source: Xinhua

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