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Chinese president ends Hawaii trip after APEC meeting


08:08, November 15, 2011

HONOLULU, United States, Nov. 14 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Hu Jintao left Honolulu, Hawaii, on Monday after attending the Economic Leaders' Meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).

During his stay in Honolulu, Hu attended the Economic Leaders' Meeting, delivered a keynote speech at the APEC CEO summit, joined other APEC leaders in dialogues with the APEC Business Advisory Council, and had a series of bilateral meetings with leaders of other APEC members.

At the APEC meeting, Hu and leaders of other APEC members discussed a wide range of issues, such as regional economic integration, trade and investment, green growth, and regulatory cooperation.

On Sunday, Hu made a speech at the Economic Leaders' Meeting, calling for a shift in growth model to sustain economic development.

In his speech, Hu said, at the recent G20 summit in Cannes, France, leaders agreed that under the current situation, "we must continue to embrace a spirit of helping each other in times of difficulty and pursuing win-win cooperation."

"We must be firmly committed to maintaining growth and promoting stability. It is of particular importance to strive for strong growth," he said.

"Our goal is to achieve sustained, steady and fairly fast economic growth, and social harmony and stability in our region," Hu said.

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McCarthy at 2011-11-16206.125.69.*
There is a wide gap between what President Obama say"s and what policies he employs in the China/US relationship. I see little or no respect for China in US policies.

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