Editor's note:

The fifth China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue are aimed at trade and other disputes between the world’s two largest economies, and to promote cooperation on managing the global economy, climate change and other issues. The three main issues to be discussed in the two-day talks will be enlarging sino-US trade, facilitating structural reforms, and enhancing cooperation in financial markets. The dialogue was established in April 2009, and represents the highest-level bilateral forum to discuss a broad range of issues between the two countries. The dialogue is an essential step in advancing a positive, constructive, and comprehensive relationship between the sides.

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