Fri, December 05, 2008

The 5th round of Sino-US SED

Chinese President Hu hails fruitful SED dialogue

Chinese President Hu Jintao on Friday met with U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, special envoy of President George W. Bush. Hu hailed the fruitful results of the fifth China-U.S. SED. Full story

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China, U.S. to hold fifth SED

China and the United States will hold the fifth Strategic Economic Dialogue (SED) from Dec. 4 to 5 in Beijing.

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China says SED "insightful", "productive"

2008-12-05 13:03:43 GMT Xinhua English BEIJING, Dec. 5 (Xinhua) -- China said here on Friday that its Strategic Economic Dialogue (SED) with the United States was "insightful" and "productive", calling on the two sides to promote the dialogue mechanism and step up cooperation.

Chinese President Hu hails fruitful SED dialogue

2008-12-05 11:23:57 GMT Xinhua English 5th Round of China-U.S. Strategic Economic Dialogue

Paulson gives address to end 5th China-US SED

2008-12-05 08:48:58 GMT China Daily BEIJING -- This is the full text of US Treasury Secretary's Henry Paulson's address at the end of the fifth meeting of the cabinet-level "Strategic Economic Dialogue" between the United States and China on Friday.

China, US end talks with pledges to boost trade

2008-12-05 07:58:16 GMT SINA.com China and the United States completed Friday their last high-level economic meeting under the Bush administration with vows of 20 billion dollars of trade financing to boost commerce in a time of crisis.

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Analysts: Sino-US economic dialogue set to continue

2008-12-05 03:17:47 GMT China Daily China and the US will continue their bilateral economic dialogue even after president-elect Barack Obama is sworn in, although the mechanism may take a different form, analysts have said.

SED has achieved a lot

2008-12-04 05:56:45 GMT China Daily As Vice-Premier Wang Qishan and United States Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson co-chair the fifth Sino-US Strategic Economic Dialogue (SED) today, many have a question to ask - will this be the last of its kind?

Carry forward Sino-US dialogue mechanism

2008-12-04 05:53:23 GMT China Daily The fifth round of Strategic Economic Dialogue (SED) between China and the United States is to be held in Beijing today. Being the last round of talks between the two countries during the outgoing Bush administration, it has evoked a particular interest as to whether the dialogue mechanism will be carried forward into the new US administration.

Vice-Premier: Effective mechanism has strengthened ties

2008-12-04 02:57:13 GMT China Daily Editor's note: Vice-Premier Wang Qishan wrote an article on the fifth China-United States Strategic Economic Dialogue in the Wall Street Journal Asia yesterday. Below is the full text of the article.

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The 5th China-US SED

2008-12-05 08:07:26 GMT China Daily More than 40 senior-level officials from China and the US met, Thursday and Friday, for the fifth round of the Strategic Economic Dialogue

China, US end 5th economic dialogue

2008-12-05 07:48:11 GMT China Daily China and the United States had "robust" talks about the implications of current financial turmoil on their economies and the importance for China of having domestic-led growth and a market-driven exchange rate, US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said on Friday.

China, U.S. hold strategic economic dialogue

2008-12-04 05:38:38 GMT CCTV China and the United States started their fifth strategic economic dialogue (SED) in Beijing amid the deepening global financial crisis and transition in the U.S. government.

China, US start strategic economic dialogue

2008-12-04 03:13:47 GMT 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.