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China, US start strategic economic dialogue

2008-12-04 03:13:47 GMT2008-12-04 11:13:47 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

Delegates attend the opening session of the 5th China-US Strategic Economic Dialogue in Beijing, December 4, 2008. China's pursuit of fast, stable growth is the country's contribution to restoring global financial stability, Vice-Premier Wang Qishan said on Thursday. [Agencies]

China's Vice-Premier Wang Qishan (L) speaks during the opening session of the 5th China-US Strategic Economic Dialogue in Beijing, December 4, 2008. China's pursuit of fast, stable growth is the country's contribution to restoring global financial stability, Vice-Premier Wang Qishan said on Thursday. [Agencies]

China's Vice-Premier Wang Qishan (L) speaks during the opening session of the 5th China-US Strategic Economic Dialogue in Beijing December 4, 2008. US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, at the beginning of two days of economic talks with top Chinese officials, praised China on Thursday for its help in trying to tamp down global economic turbulence. [Agencies]

US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson (R) speaks during the opening session of the 5th China-US Strategic Economic Dialogue in Beijing, December 4, 2008. Paulson, at the beginning of two days of economic talks with top Chinese officials, praised China on Thursday for its help in trying to tamp down global economic turbulence. [Agencies]

China's Vice-Premier Wang Qishan (front C) gestures as he and US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson (front 3rd R) attend the opening session of the 5th China-US Strategic Economic Dialogue in Beijing, December 4, 2008. US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, at the beginning of two days of economic talks with top Chinese officials, praised China on Thursday for its help in trying to tamp down global economic turbulence.

Delegates attend the opening session of the 5th China-US Strategic Economic Dialogue in Beijing, December 4, 2008. China's pursuit of fast, stable growth is the country's contribution to restoring global financial stability, Vice-Premier Wang Qishan said on Thursday.

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