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Stronger Sino-US trade links vital

By Ding Qingfen  (China Daily)

13:24, August 29, 2012

Hanvon Technology Co Ltd shows its facial-identification door-control system at a security product show in Las Vegas. A Chinese senior commerce official said on Tuesday that China and the United States should be more "open and tolerant" toward each other and work to improve and promote bilateral trade and investment. (Photo/Xinhua)

Both sides should be 'open, tolerant' and avoid 'politicizing' key issues

China and the United States should be more "open and tolerant" to each other and work harder to improve and promote bilateral trade and investment as global economic outlook remains gloomy, according to Wang Chao, vice-minister of commerce.

Delivering a keynote speech at the 2012 China-US Economic and Trade Cooperation Forum in Beijing on Tuesday, Wang urged the two sides to "resolve their conflicts through cooperation, and avoid politicizing bilateral economic and trade issues".

He said both sides should jointly deal with the challenges ahead, expand common interests and enhance cooperation, reminding delegates that "dialogue and cooperation" have been the mainstays of China-US relations.

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