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U.S.-China relations positive in long term: expert

(Xinhua)    15:30, November 10, 2016

NEW YORK, Nov. 10 -- There might be some changes in Washington's China policy, but the relations between the two countries are positive in a long term, said a U.S. expert on China on Wednesday.

The election of Donald Trump as new president is going to lead to some changes in U.S. policy toward China, said Stephen A. Orlins, president of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations.

"I believe in a long term, and look at the horizon, I am optimistic about U.S.-China relations," he told representatives of U.S. students who had studied in China.

Orlins forecast a debate about U.S.-China relations in the next several months, or even several years. He urged those U.S. students who had lived and studied in China to participate in the debate, as they could help Americans who have never gone to China better understand China.


China expects to work with new U.S. administration

BEIJING, Nov. 9 -- China said Wednesday it expected to make joint efforts with the new U.S. government to maintain the sustained, healthy and stable growth of China-U.S. relations to benefit people in both countries and across the world.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang made the remarks at a routine press briefing.

"We are closely following the final result of the U.S. election," Lu said, calling for constructive efforts with the United States to promote world peace and stability. Full story

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