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The Future of the U.S.-China Relationship

The Future of the U.S.-China Relationship | World Trade | Scoop.it
In a trip to China, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton laid out the U.S.



Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivered an important speech in Hong Kong today on "Principles for Prosperity in the Asia-Pacific." Speaking to the American Chamber of Commerce, she defended a rules-based system of regional economic competition based on openness, freedom, transparency, and fairness. Without mentioning China by name, as the New York Times reports, she cited a litany of worrisome Chinese commercial policies that violate these fundamental principles either in spirit or in substance. She also outlined an encompassing vision of Asia-Pacific economic integration, with the United States at its heart, in contrast to the smaller, China-centric groupings that Beijing has promoted. Unless the Obama administration embraces a more vigorous trade liberalization agenda, however, Clinton's message may fall on deaf ears.


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Merkel calls for swift action after EU downgrade - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Merkel calls for swift action after EU downgrade - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | World Trade | Scoop.it
German chancellor Angela Merkel says Europe's new pact to tighten economic integration must be implemented quickly, while Europe still faces a long road ahead to restore investor confidence.

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Greater GCC integration to play key role in economic arena - Arab News

Greater GCC integration to play key role in economic arenaArab NewsA report from Saudi Aramco says that by 2035 Saudi Arabia risks to have no more oil to export," he added.


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