Thursday, January 20, 2011

Two superpower's talks on Economic deals and Human Rights situation

On Wednesday President Barack Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao have agreed to maintain mutual understanding on sensitive issues sorting from growing business deals between the two biggest economies weather or to fight against terrorism. But they remained stand still on differences, particularly on the issue of human rights.

President Obama accepted that distinctions on human rights were a “rare cause of stress” between our two nations. At the White House at a joint news conference with Chinese President, Mr. Obama said as Americans we have some broad visions, and we believe on the universal constitution like freedom of speech, freedom of religion and the freedom of the parliament.

The US President said he flock that home vigorously in his talks with the Chinese President, but “that doesn’t stop us from assisting in these other dangerous regions.”

On the part of Chinese President, an American reporter questioned them over human rights differences amongst the two countries; he refused to give any reply.

As a symbol of boosting economic trade between the two biggest economies, Obama said both the countries had signed numerous business deals that would be meant US$ 45 billion in new US exports. Obama also said China was taking important measures to curb the robbery of scholar’s assets and developed U.S. speculations.

Obama said China had developed into a very striking markets for American exports, and from these exports we would be in a position to create half million jobs for Americans.

Chinese President Mr. Hu Jintao and US President Mr. Barack Obama were agreed to contribute increased mutual interests

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