Visit: China will make spe­cial ar­range­ments

China Daily (Latin America Weekly) - - Page Two - Xinhua con­trib­uted to this story.

trade, since there is great po­ten­tial for eco­nomic co­op­er­a­tion be­tween the world’s two largest economies.

“The core of China-US eco­nomic and trade ties is win-win co­op­er­a­tion,” he said, adding that twoway cargo trade vol­ume reached $524.3 billion last year.

China-US eco­nomic and trade re­la­tions cre­ated 2.6 mil­lion jobs for the United States in 2015 and saved $850 for each US fam­ily on av­er­age dur­ing the same pe­riod, he said.

China and the US are in dif­fer­ent po­si­tions of the global sup­ply chain, and the two coun­tries have com­ple­men­tary economies, he said, adding that China has a sur­plus in cargo trade but a deficit in ser­vice trade with the US.

The vice-min­is­ter also re­it­er­ated China’s stance on the Korean Penin­sula nuclear is­sue, say­ing that China up­holds di­a­logue and co­or­di­na­tion to solve the is­sue and op­poses any use of force.

On Thurs­day, US Na­tional Se­cu­rity Ad­vi­sor H.R. McMaster said in Washington that Trump looks for­ward to his up­com­ing visit to China and is ready to work with Bei­jing to pro­mote peace and pros­per­ity in the re­gion and be­yond.

China is “an im­mensely im­por­tant part of ... re­gional se­cu­rity as well as pro­tect­ing and ad­vanc­ing the sys­tems that have ben­e­fited all of us,” McMaster told re­porters.


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