Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan meets with a group of U.S. representatives who attended the 10th round of dialogue between Chinese and U.S. business leaders and former officials in Beijing, capital of China, May 15, 2018.
Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan said Tuesday that sound China-U.S. economic and trade ties conformed to the fundamental interests of both peoples.
Wang made the remarks here during a meeting with a group of U.S.
representatives who attended the 10th round of dialogue between Chinese and U.S. business leaders and former officials.
Saying the economic and trade relations featuring equality and mutual benefits were the ballast stone of China-U.S. ties, Wang noted the essence of relations was win-win cooperation.
He called on both sides to deepen their understanding, enhance trust, and settle differences through dialogue and negotiation.
China would further deepen reform, open wider, improve its trade and investment environment, and release its market charm, he said, calling on business leaders and experts from the two countries to build consensus and promote the stable and healthy development of China-U.S. economic and trade relations.
The U.S. representatives said good U.S.-China economic and trade ties would promote the stable economic development of both countries and the world.
They said the U.S. business community would continue to promote communication and exchanges at all levels and seek solutions for win-win results through consultations.