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Chinese, U.S. companies sign over $250 billion business deals

Staff Writer |
Chinese and U.S. companies signed deals worth more than $250 billio during President Donald Trump's state visit to China.

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Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday revealed the figure after he and President Trump witnessed the signing of the agreements. China and the United States have huge potential in reciprocal economic and trade cooperation, Xi said.

Deals include purchases of Boeing aircraft, Ford automobiles, U.S. soybeans and joint development of liquified natural gas in Alaska.

Being the world's biggest developing economy and developed economy, China and the United States are highly complementary rather than competitive, Xi said when meeting with business delegates from both countries.

"We are willing to expand imports of energy and farm produce from the United States, deepen service trade cooperation. We hope the U.S. side will increase exports of civil technology products to China.

"We will continue to encourage Chinese companies to invest in the United States. We also welcome U.S. companies and financial institutions to participate in the 'Belt and Road Initiative'," he said.


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