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Wang Qishan promises to open up to the outside world US Secretary of Commerce: first keep his promises | Video call between Chinese and US leaders | China-US relations | China-US trade relations

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[Epoch Times November 18, 2021](Epoch Times reporter Wang Xiang compiled a report) The Bloomberg New Economic Forum opened in Singapore on Wednesday (November 17). The senior Chinese and American officials who attended the meeting once again faced each other tit-for-tat.

Wang Qishan, Vice Chairman of the Communist Party of China, who attended the online meeting, promised that China will continue to open up to foreign investment while emphasizing the importance of Sino-US relations. Subsequently, the US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo (Gina Raimondo) who attended the meeting stated that China must respect intellectual property rights and “keep its promises.”

Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan attended the meeting online on Wednesday, once again hinting at China’s willingness to participate in world economic activities.

“China cannot do without the world, and the world cannot do without China,” Wang Qishan said. “China will continue to open its arms and provide more opportunities for the world.”

The day before Wang Qishan’s speech, Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Biden held a video meeting. The two sides agreed to continue the talks on a series of issues, but there were still disputes on Taiwan and other issues.

US Secretary of Commerce Raymondo also attended the online meeting on Wednesday. She stated that the United States hopes to have a “level playing field” with China.

“China needs to abide by the rules, respect our intellectual property rights, and keep its promises.” Raimundo said at the forum, “For example, now, in the first phase of the trade agreement, China has promised to purchase a certain amount of aircraft and agricultural products. , They did not do so, they did not keep their promises.”

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She said that the United States will not join the “Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement” (CPTPP) between Asia-Pacific countries for the time being, but may initiate a more formal process in early 2022, and eventually form an appropriate economic framework in Asia. .

Raimundo also said that the United States absolutely needs to increase domestic semiconductor wafer supply, but this may be achieved by allowing foreign companies to increase production in the United States.

Former Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, known as the “old friend of the Chinese people”, said in an online meeting on Wednesday that Sino-US relations have gone from the “foot of the new cold war” two years ago to one year. The previous confrontation “mountain road”, and then to the current “walking over the mountain road and climbing the cliff”, the next step is to see which direction to choose.

He also said that the video summit held by the leaders of China and the United States this week marked a “good start” for the world’s two major economies to avoid conflict.

Editor in charge: Lin Yan#

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