China's Priorities: The U.S.-Beijing Talks

Monday, July 27, 2009

Two days of high-level talks between the U.S. and China start today in Washington, D.C. President Obama is expected to make opening remarks. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will lead the strategic side of the talks, while Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner takes on the economic side. But what are Beijing's priorities at these talks? Joining The Takeaway to discuss China's agenda is BBC Correspondent Chris Hogg in Shanghai, China.


Chris Hogg

Comments [1]

Dave Brubeck

I hope China puts some heavy pressure on the US to curb its runaway spending and show some level of financial restraint. Our elected officials have failed us and are driving us so far into debt that it has completely destroyed our manufacturing sector and has cause us to throw away billions and billions of dollars in tax money overseas paying interest on the governments debt. Hopefully China now carries a big enough stick to force our government to act fiscally responsible.

Jul. 27 2009 08:23 AM

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