U.S. senate delegation visits China to boost bilateral trade

10:38, May 09, 2011      

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A group of ten US Senators continued their visit to China on Thursday.Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping has met with outgoing US Ambassador Jon Huntsman and US Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. They are one of the largest and most senior Senatorial delegations ever to set foot in the country.

Members of the delegation led by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid met Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping and Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress Wu Bangguo.

China's trade surplus with the United States and accusations that it deliberately undervalues its currency, the yuan, to boost exports are expected to feature prominently in the talks during their visit.

Source: CNTV
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