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Yellen Says US-China Relationship on ‘More Stable Footing’ But More Can Be Done to Improve Ties

BEIJING (AP) – U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen sent a message of mutual cooperation at a meeting Sunday with Chinese Premier Li Qiang, highlighting the improvement in relations since her visit to China last year while recognizing that major differences remain.

After focusing on trade and economic issues for the first two days of her visit, Yellen turned to the broader U.

“While we have more to do, I believe that, over the past year, we have put our bilateral relationship on more stable footing,” she said in the cГіmo aГ±adir fotos chat avenue ornate Fujian room of the Great Hall of the People on the west side of Tiananmen Square.

Li, in remarks before the media before their meeting, said the high media interest in Yellen’s visit “shows the high expectation they have . and also the expectation and hope to grow” the U.S.-China relationship.

The U.S. has restricted China’s access to advanced semiconductors and other technology, saying it could be used for military purposes. China, still a middle-income country, accuses the U.S. of trying to constrain its economic development.

At their meeting, Li told Yellen that China hopes the U.S won’t politicize economic and trade issues or overstretch the definition of national security, the official Xinhua News Agency said.

Yellen came to China with trade practices that put American companies and workers at an unfair competitive disadvantage at the top of her agenda. Read more…