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CNN's Charles Hodson speaks with Alan Holmer, U.S. Special Envoy for China, about the dispute over industrial subsidies


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I think it is quite important and in particular what it shows is that engagement with China can work. And that’s what we are attempting to do in this strategic economic dialogue and many other issues that are being discussed. This is one item that was led by US trade representative ambassador Susan Schwab addressing concerns that we have with respect to Chinese subsidies, particularly export subsidies and subsidies we would say that you need to…that a Chinese company would need to import domestic goods as opposed to imported goods. But this really does show that when we have a chance to work through the issues and to work on them collaboratively that we can get a mutually beneficial result. I think that’s in particular the significance here.

But you've got some very very big issues indeed to deal with. You've got the issue of Chinese respect of intellectual property, you got the issue of China’s opening up its market to international financial services, and above all you've got the fact that the Chinese, said in newer estimation, keep their currency the RMB yuan artificially low against the dollar. It’s ganna take a long time, isn’t it, to get real progress on those issues?

Well, some of these issues are ones that we are able to make progress on. That’s the focus of what we call our strategic economic dialogue to be able to address the long-term strategic issues that we really need to be able to address over the long term. These are issues like energy and the environment, issues on, as you indicate, getting them to appreciate their currency more rapidly. All the issues with respect to having them accelerate the development of their financial sector, issues on investment, issues for example on integrity of trade consumer protection and product safety. So those are all issues… (Let's) Please go ahead Charles

Yes, Sorry, ambassador I mean those are obviously, don’t let's get in too far down the laundry list. I mean, those are all important issues but the fact is sure you don’t have that much leverage—the Chinese sell an enormous number of goods that people in America want to buy, hence the deficit on the one hand; on the other hand, you would be very worried if the reserves that the Chinese are holding in dollars were suddenly to go over to Euros or some other currencies essentially they've got all the leverage, you don’t have much, right?

Well, I think there are two important pieces of leverage those apply with respect to America, they also apply with respect to Europe. And that is continued access to those two markets which is something that the Chinese certainly are very interested in. The other piece of leverage is all of these questions are once where the Chinese do recognize. That it's important for them on consumer product safety to protect the Chinese brand. They recognized that it is important for them to move to a more flexible exchange rate and what we are focusing on with them is not so much the direction of reform but the pace of reform.


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I think it is quite important and in particular what it shows is that engagement with China can work. That’s what we are attempting to do in this S economic dialogue and many other issues that have been discussed. This is one item that was led by the US trade representative ambassador Susan Swar addressing concerns we have with respect of Chinese subsidies, particularly export subsidies and subsidies we would say that you need to…that Chinese companies would need to import domestic goods and impose imported goods. But this really does show that when we have a chance to work through the issues and to work on them collaboratively that we can get a mutually beneficial result. I think that’s the particular significance here.

But you got some very very big issues indeed to deal with. You got the issue of Chinese respect of intellectual property, you got the issue of China’s opening up its market to international financial services, and above all you got fact that the Chinese send in Euros inflation, keep their currency the RMB yuan artificially low against the dollar. It’s ganna take a long time, isn’t it, to get real progress on those issues?

Well, some of these issues are ones we are able to make a progress on. That’s the focus what we call our extra-teach economic dialogue to be able to address the long-term strategic issues that we really need to be able to aggress over the long term. These issues like energy in the environment, issues on issues indicate getting them to appreciate their currency more rapidly. All the issues were expected to having them accelerate the development of their financial sector, issues on investment, issues for example on integrity of trade consumer protection and product safety. So those are all issues…PLS go ahead Charles

Yes. Say ambassador I mean those obviously don’t get too far down the laundry list. I mean, those are all important issues but the fact is so you don’t have that much leverage—the Chinese sell enormous number of goods that people in America want to buy adds the deficit on the one hand; on the other hand, you’ve been very worried if the reserves that the Chinese are holding in dollars were suddenly go over to Euros or some other currencies since they got the leverage, you don’t have much, right?

Well, there are two important pieces of leverage those apply to the expector of America, they would also apply to Europe that is continue to access to those markets which is something that the Chinese are certainly very interested in. The other piece of leverage is all of these questions are once where the Chinese do recognize. That is important for them on consumer product safety to protect the Chinese brand. They recognize it. That is important for them to move toward more flexible exchange rate and what we are focusing on them is not so much from the direction of the reform but the pace of the reform
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I think it is quite important and in particular what it shows is that engagement with China can work. And that’s what we are attempting to do in this S economic dialogue and many other issues that have been discussed. This is one item that was led by the US trade representative ambassador Susan Swar addressing concerns that we have with respect of Chinese subsidies, particularly export subsidies and subsidies we would say that you need to…that Chinese companies would need to import domestic goods as supposed imported goods. But this really does show that when we have a chance to work through the issues and to work on them collaboratively that we can't get a mutually beneficial result. I think that’s the particular significance here.

But you got some very very big issues indeed to deal with. You got the issue of Chinese respect of intellectual property, you got the issue of China’s opening up its market to international financial services, and above all you got the fact that the Chinese send in Euros estimation, keep their currency the RMB yuan artificially low against the dollar. It’s ganna take a long time, isn’t it, to get real progress on those issues?

Well, some of these issues are ones that we are able to make a progress on. That’s the focus what we call our extra-teach economic dialogue to be able to address the long-term strategic issues that we really need to be able to address over the long term. These issues like energy in the environment, issues on issues indicate getting them to appreciate their currency more rapidly. All the issues were expected to having them accelerate the development of their financial sector, issues on investment, issues for example on integrity of trade consumer protection and product safety. So those are all issues…Please go ahead Charles

Yes. Say ambassador I mean those obviously don’t always getting too far down the laundry list. I mean, those are all important issues but the fact is so you don’t have that much leverage—the Chinese sell an enormous number of goods that people in America want to buy ends the deficit on the one hand; on the other hand, you’ve been very worried if the reserves that the Chinese are holding in dollars were suddenly to go over to Euros or some other currencies since they got over leverage, you don’t have much, right?

Well, there are two important pieces of leverage those apply with expected America, they would also apply with expect to Europe that is continue to access to those two markets which is something that the Chinese certainly are very interested in. The other piece of leverage is all of these questions are once where the Chinese do recognize. That is important for them on consumer product safety to protect the Chinese brand. They recognized /that is important for them to move to a more flexible exchange rate and what we are focusing on with them is not so much the direction of the reform but the pace of the reform.
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I think it is quite important and in particular what it shows is that engagement with China can work. And that’s what we are attempting to do in this strategic economic dialogue and many other issues that are being discussed. This is one item that was led by / US trade representative ambassador Susan Schwab addressing concerns that we have with respect to Chinese subsidies, particularly export subsidies and subsidies we would say that you need to…that a Chinese company would need to import domestic goods as opposed to imported goods. But this really does show that when we have a chance to work through the issues and to work on them collaboratively that we can get a mutually beneficial result. I think that’s in particular the significance here.

But you've got some very very big issues indeed to deal with. You've got the issue of Chinese respect of intellectual property, you got the issue of China’s opening up its market to international financial services, and above all you got the fact that the Chinese, said in newer estimation, keep their currency the RMB yuan artificially low against the dollar. It’s ganna take a long time, isn’t it, to get real progress on those issues?

Well, some of these issues are ones that we are able to make / progress on. That’s the focus of what we call our strategic economic dialogue to be able to address the long-term strategic issues that we really need to be able to address over the long term. These are issues like energy and the environment, issues on, as you indicate, getting them to appreciate their currency more rapidly. All the issues with respect to having them accelerate the development of their financial sector, issues on investment, issues for example on integrity of trade consumer protection and product safety. So those are all issues… (Let's) Please go ahead Charles

Yes, Sorry, ambassador I mean those are obviously, don’t let's get in too far down the laundry list. I mean, those are all important issues but the fact is sure you don’t have that much leverage—the Chinese sell an enormous number of goods that people in America want to buy, hence the deficit on the one hand; on the other hand, you would be very worried if the reserves that the Chinese are holding in dollars were suddenly to go over to Euros or some other currencies essentially they've got all the leverage, you don’t have much, right?

Well, I think there are two important pieces of leverage those apply with respect to America, they / also apply with respect to Europe. And that is continued / access to those two markets which is something that the Chinese certainly are very interested in. The other piece of leverage is all of these questions are once where the Chinese do recognize. That it's important for them on consumer product safety to protect the Chinese brand. They recognized /that it is important for them to move to a more flexible exchange rate and what we are focusing on with them is not so much the direction of / reform but the pace of / reform.
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I think it is quite important and in particular what it shows is that engagement with China can work. And that’s what we are attempting to do in this strategic economic dialogue and many other issues that are being discussed. This is one item that was led by / US trade representative ambassador Susan Schwab addressing concerns that we have with respect to Chinese subsidies, particularly export subsidies and subsidies we would say that you need to…that a Chinese company would need to import domestic goods as opposed to imported goods. But this really does show that when we have a chance to work through the issues and to work on them collaboratively that we can get a mutually beneficial result. I think that’s in particular the significance here.

But you've got some very very big issues indeed to deal with. You've got the issue of Chinese respect of intellectual property, you got the issue of China’s opening up its market to international financial services, and above all you got the fact that the Chinese, said in newer estimation, keep their currency the RMB yuan artificially low against the dollar. It’s gonna take a long time, isn’t it, to get real progress on those issues?

Well, some of these issues are ones that we are able to make / progress on. That’s the focus of what we call our strategic economic dialogue to be able to address the long-term strategic issues that we really need to be able to address over the long term. These are issues like energy and the environment, issues on, as you indicate, getting them to appreciate their currency more rapidly. All the issues with respect to having them accelerate the development of their financial sector, issues on investment, issues for example on integrity of trade consumer protection and product safety. So those are all issues… (Let's) Please go ahead Charles

Yes, Sorry, ambassador I mean those are obviously, don’t let's get in too far down the laundry list. I mean, those are all important issues but the fact is sure you don’t have that much leverage—the Chinese sell an enormous number of goods that people in America want to buy, hence the deficit on the one hand; on the other hand, you would be very worried if the reserves that the Chinese are holding in dollars were suddenly to go over to Euros or some other currencies essentially they've got all the leverage, you don’t have much, right?

Well, I think there are two important pieces of leverage those apply with respect to America, they / also apply with respect to Europe. And that is continued / access to those two markets which is something that the Chinese certainly are very interested in. The other piece of leverage is all of these questions are once where the Chinese do recognize. That it's important for them on consumer product safety to protect the Chinese brand. They recognized /that it is important for them to move to a more flexible exchange rate and what we are focusing on with them is not so much the direction of / reform but the pace of / reform.
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that a Chinese company would need to import domestic goods as opposed to imported goods.

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这里的意思是说,中国制造的商品必须在没有补贴的情况下向美进行出口,才不会对美国本土的产业造成如此大的威胁。-----wing

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It's quite important, and in the particular what it shows is that the engagment with China can work, and that's what we were tempting to do in the strategic economic diaglogue and many other, other issues that are being discussed.

This is long item that was led by US trader representative of ambassador Susan Schwab, addressing concerns that we have with respect to Chinese subsidies, particularly export subsidies, and subsidies would say that you need to, that a Chinese company would need to import domestic goods, as opposed to imported goods. But this really does show that when we have a chance to work through these issues, and to work on them collaboratively ,that we can't get a muturally benificial result. I think that's in particular the significance here.

But you've got some very very big issues indeed to deal with. You've got the issue of Chinese respect of intellectual property, you've got the issue of China's opening up it's market to international financial services. And above all, you've got the fact that the Chinese said in newer estimation, keep their currency the RMB yuan ,artifically low against the dollar. It's gonna take a long time, isn't it, to get real progress on those issues?


Well, um, some of these issues are ones that we are able to make progress on. That's the focus of what we called our strategic economic diaglogue.To be able to address the long term strategic issues, that we really need to be able to address over the long term. These issues like energy and the enviroment, issues on , as you indicate, getting them to appriciate their currency more rapidly . All the issues with respect to having them exccelerate the development of their financial sector. Issues on investment, issues for example on integrity of trade, consumer protection and product safety. So those were always...

This.. Please go ahead,Charles.
So ,i'm honest, i mean, those are obviously, dont's let's get in too far down the longdry list. I mean, those are all important issues. But the fact is sure you don't have that much leverage. The Chinese sell an enormous number of goods that people in America want to buy, hence the defecit on the one hand. On the other hand, you would be very worried if the reserves that the Chinese're holding in dollars, was suddently to go over to Euros or some other currencies essentially they've got all the leverage, you don't have much, right?


Well, I think there are two important pieces of leverage, those apply with a respect to America, they also apply with respect to Europe. And that is continued access to those two markets, which is something that the Chinese certainly are very interested in. The other piece of leverage is ,the, all of these questions are once where the Chinese do recognize that it is important for them on consumer product safety to protect Chinese brand. They recognized that it is important for them to move to a more flexible exchange rate. And what we are focusing on with them is not so much direction of reform, but a pace of reform.
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I think it is quite important and in particular what it shows is that engagement with China can work. And that’s what we are attempting to do in this strategic economic dialogue and many other issues that are being discussed. This is one item that was led by US trade representative ambassador Susan Schwab addressing concerns that we have with respect to Chinese subsidies, particularly export subsidies and subsidies we would say that you need to…that a Chinese company would need to import domestic goods as opposed to imported goods. But this really does show that when we have a chance to work through these issues and to work on them collaboratively those we can get a mutually beneficial result. I think that’s in particular the significance here.

But you've got some very, very big issues indeed to deal with. You've got the issue of Chinese respect of intellectual property, you’ve got the issue of China’s opening up its market to international financial services, and above all you got the fact that the Chinese, said in newer estimation, keep their currency the RMB Yuan artificially low against the dollar. It’s gonna take a long time, isn’t it, to get real progress on those issues?

Well, some of these issues are ones that we are able to make progress on. That’s the focus of what we call our strategic economic dialogue to be able to address the long-term strategic issues that we really need to be able to address over the long term. These issues are like energy and the environment issues on as you indicate, getting them to appreciate their currency more rapidly. All the issues with respect to having them accelerate the development of their financial sector, issues on investment, issues for example on integrity of trade consumer protection and product safety. So those are all issues… Let's …Please go ahead Charles.

Yes, Sorry, ambassador I mean those are obviously, don’t let's get in too far down the laundry list. I mean, those are all important issues but the fact is sure you don’t have that much leverage—the Chinese sell an enormous number of goods that people in America want to buy, hence the deficit on the one hand; on the other hand, you would be very worried if the reserves that the Chinese are holding in dollars were suddenly to go over to Euros or some other currencies essentially they've got all the leverage, you don’t have much, right?

Well, I think there are two important pieces of leverage those apply with respect to America; they also apply with respect to Europe. And that is continued access to those two markets which is something that the Chinese certainly are very interested in. The other piece of leverage is all of these questions are once where the Chinese do recognize. That it's important for them on consumer product safety to protect the Chinese brand. They recognized that it is important for them to move to a more flexible exchange rate and what we are focusing on with them is not so much the direction of reform but the pace of reform.

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I think it is quite important,and particular, what it shows is that the engagement with China can work.And that is we are attempting to do.//ecomomic dialogue and many other issues that has been discussed/ this is one item that was led by us trade repesentative ambassor suan/ adressing concerns that we have with the respect/of chinese subsidies, particularly export subsidies and subsidies we would say you need to that the chinese companies would need import domestic/ goods as a suppose to import a goods.but this really does show when we have a chance towork through these issues to work on them collaboratively/that we can get the mutually/ benefitial results. I think that is the particular significance here.

But you got some very important big issues indeed to deal with. you got the issue of the Chinese respect of intellectual property. you have got the issue of china's openning up its international finacial services and above all you got the fact that the chinese said in europ's estimation/ keep the currency RMByuan artificially low against the dollar.it gona take a long time isn't it to get real progress on those issues.

well.some of the issues are ones that we are able to make progress on that is the focus what we call our extra-teach// econimic / dialogue to be able to adress/ the long term strategic/issue that we really need to be able to adress over the long term. These issues like the energy in the enviroment,issues on the issuess idicate/ getting them to appreciate their currency more rapidly.all the issue we expect to having them accelerate/ the development of the finacial sector, issues on environment, issues on for example integrity of trade,consumer peotection,and product safety.so these..let's ...please go ahead.

so, ambassdor, i mean ambassor,those obviously, do not always getting too far down the laundry/ list.i mean these are all important issues but the fact is sure you do not have that much leverage, the Chinese sell the enormous number of goods people in america what to buy,ends the deficit, on the one hand,on the other hand.you will be very worried, if the reserves/ the chinese holing in dollars was something to go over the europe's some of the currency,they go to get the leverage, you do not have much.right?
well, i think they are two important pieces of leverage,those apply with expected ameica they also apply to europe that is a continued access to those two markets which is something with the chinese certainly are very interested in.the other piece of leverage is all of these questions are once where the chinese do recognize,that is important for them on consumer product safety to protect the chinese brand, they recognize it is important to move to a more flexible exchange rate, and what we are focusing on them is not so much the direction of the reform but the pace of the reform.


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QUOTE(alongsha @ Dec 6 2007, 09:19 PM)
"中国制造的商品必须在没有补贴的情况下向美进行出口",这句话本身并没有错,可是对照英文句子,好像还是讲不大通。句子字面意思好像是说,中国公司进口国产品得到补贴,而从国外进口则没有”这样讲好像也不大通,莫非讲者说错了,应该是export domestic goods.
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跟你介绍一下背景吧,
此前,中国对国内商家使用进口产品,是会对该商家进行补贴的。而其他国外的商家并没有能得到它所属国家的相应补贴,因此,在竞争过程中,外国商家认为这是不公平的。

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I think it is quite important, and particular, what it shows is that the engagement with China can work. And that is we are attempting to do.//in this strategic ecomomic dialogue and many other issues that are being discussed/ this is one item that was led by us trade repesentative ambassor Susan/ adressing concerns that we have with the respect/of chinese subsidies, particularly export subsidies and subsidies we would say you need to that the chinese companies would be the import domestic/ goods as a suppose to import a goods.but this really does show when we have a chance to work through these issues and to work on them collaboratively/that we can get a mutually/ beneficial results. I think that is the particular significance here.

But you got some very important big issues indeed to deal with. you got the issue of the Chinese respect of intellectual property. You have got the issue of china's opening up its market to international financial services and above all you got the fact that the chinese said in europ's estimation/ keep the currency RMByuan artificially low against the dollar.it gona take a long time isn't it to get real progress on those issues.

well.some of the issues are ones that we are able to make progress on that is the focus of what we call our strategic// econimic / dialogue to be able to adress/ the long term strategic/issues that we really need to be able to adress over the long term. These issues like / energy in the environment, issues on the issues indicate/ getting them to appreciate their currency more rapidly. all the issue were expected to having them accelerate/ the development of the financial sector, issues on investment, issues / for example on integrity of trade,consumer peotection,and product safety. so those..let's ...please go ahead.

so, ambassdor, i mean ambassor,those obviously, do not always getting too far down the laundry/ list.i mean those are all important issues but the fact is so you do not have that much leverage, the Chinese sell the enormous number of goods that people in america want to buy, and stability, on the one hand,on the other hand.you will be very worried, if the reserves/ the Chinese are holing in dollars was something to go over the europe's some of the currency,they go to get the leverage, you do not have much.right?
well, either two are important pieces of leverage,those apply with expected ameica they also apply to europe that is a continued access to those two markets which is something with the chinese certainly are very interested in. the other piece of leverage is all of these questions are once where the chinese do recognize, that is important for them on consumer product safety to protect the chinese brand, they recognize it is important to move to a more flexible exchange rate, and what we are focusing on them is not so much the direction of the reform but the pace of the reform.
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I think it’s quite important and in particular what it shows is that engagement with China can work. And that’s what we are attempting to do in this strategic economic dialogue and many other issues that are being discussed. This is one item that was led by US trade representative ambassador Susan Schwab addressing concerns we have with respect to Chinese subsidies, particularly export subsidies and subsidies you would say that you need to..Er.. the Chinese company would need to import domestic goods as opposed to imported goods. But this really does show that when we have a chance to work through these issues and to work on them collaboratively then we can get a mutually beneficial result. I think that’s in particular the significance here. But you got some very very big issues in deed to deal with. You got the issue of Chinese respect of intellectual property, you got the issue of China’s opening up its market to international financial services. And above all you got the fact that the Chinese, said in the newest estimation, keeping their currency the RMB Yuan artificially low against the dollar. It’s gonna take a long time, isn’t it? to get real progress on those issues. Well, some of these issues are ones that we are able to make progress on. That’s the focus of what we call our strategic economic dialogue----to be able to address the long term strategic issues that we really need to be able to address over the long term. These are the issues like energy and the environment, issues on, as you indicate, getting them to appreciate their currency more rapidly. All the issues with respect to having them accelerate the development of their financial sector, issues on investment, issues, for example, on integrality of trade, consumer protection and product safety. So those are all issues… Please go ahead Charles. Sorry ambassador, I mean those are obvious-- don’t get too far down the laundry list. I mean those all are important issues. But the fact is sure you don’t have that much leverage. The Chinese sell an enormous numbers of goods that people in America want to buy, hence the deficit on the one hand. On the other hand, you’d be very worried if the reserves of the Chinese holding in dollars were suddenly to go over to Euros or some other currency. Essentially they’ve got all the leverage you don’t have much, right? Well I think there are two important pieces of leverages those apply with respect to America. They also apply with respect to Europe. And that is continued access to those two markets, which is something the Chinese certainly are very interested in. The other piece of leverage is all of these questions are once where the Chinese do recognize that it is important for them on consumer product safety, to protect the Chinese brand. They recognize it is important for them to move to a more flexible exchange rate and what we are focusing on with them is not so much the direction of reform but the pace of reform.
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"I think it's quite important, in particular, what it shows is that engagement with China can work and that's what we are taping to do in this strategic economic dialog and many other issues that've been discussed. This is one item that was led by US Trade representative embassador Susan addressing terms we have with respect to Chinese subsidies, particularly exports subsidies and subsidies ,would say, you need to, that Chinese company would need import domestic goods and close import goods. But this really does show that when we have a chance to work through these issues and to work on them collaboratably and we can get a mutually beneficial result. I think that's in particular the significance here."

"But you got some very big big issues indeed to deal with, you got the issue of Chinese respect of intellectual property,you got the issue of China's opening up its market to international financal services and above all you got the fact that the Chinese set in European nation, keep their currency the RMB yuan artificially low against the dollar and it's gonna take a long time, isn't it to get real progress on these issues".

"Some of these issues are once that we are able to make big progress on. That's the focus what we call the strategic phenomen dialog to be able to address the long term strategic issues that we really need to be able to address over the long term issues like energe and the environment , issues on you indicate getting them to appreciate their currency more rapidly. All the issues with respect to having them accelarate the development of their financial sector issues on, issues for example on integration of trade, consumer protection and product safety, so those are always..., please go ahead, Charles".

"I must say, I mean those obviously, don't get to far down the laundry list. I mean those important issues that the fact is so you don't have that much leverage. The Chinese sells enormous number of goods that people in America want to buy and hence the deficit on the one hand; on the other hand, you'll be very worried if the reserves the Chinese are holding in dollars were something to go over to Eoro, some of currency essentially they got all the leverage. you don't have much right?"

"There are two important pieces of leverage. Those apply would expect America,they also would expect in Europe that is continue to access to those two markets which is something the Chinese certainly are very interested in. The other piece of leverage is all of these questions are once where the Chinese do recognize that it's important for them on consumer product safety to protect China brand. They recognize that it is important for them to move to a more flexible exchange rate and what we are focusing on with them is no so much the direction of reform but the pace of reform".
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I think it is quite important and in particular what it shows is that engagement with China can work. And that’s what we are attempting to do in this strategic economic dialogue and many other issues that are being discussed. This is one item that was led by US trade representative ambassador Susan Schwab addressing concerns that we have with respect to Chinese subsidies, particularly export subsidies and subsidies we would say that you need to,that a Chinese company would need to import domestic goods as opposed to imported goods. But this really does show that when we have a chance to work through these issues and to work on them collaboratively that we can get a mutually beneficial result. I think that’s in particular the significance here.
But you've got some very, very big issues indeed to deal with. You've got the issue of Chinese respect of intellectual property, you got the issue of China’s opening up its market to international financial services, and above all you got the fact that the Chinese, said in newer estimation, keep their currency the RMB yuan artificially low against the dollar. It’s gonna take a long time, isn’t it, to get real progress on those issues?
Well, some of these issues are ones that we are able to make progress on. That’s the focus of what we call our strategic economic dialogue to be able to address the long-term strategic issues that we really need to be able to address over the long term. These are issues like energy and the environment, issues on, as you indicate, getting them to appreciate their currency more rapidly. All the issues with respect to having them accelerate the development of their financial sector, issues on investment, issues for example on integrity of trade consumer protection and product safety. So those are all issues
Well, let’s…
Please go ahead Charles
Yes, Sorry, ambassador I mean those are obviously, don’t let's get in too far down the laundry list. I mean, those are all important issues but the fact is sure you don’t have that much leverage—the Chinese sell an enormous number of goods that people in America want to buy, hence the deficit on the one hand; on the other hand, you would be very worried if the reserves that the Chinese are holding in dollars were suddenly to go over to Euros or some other currencies essentially they've got all the leverage, you don’t have much, right?
Well, I think there are two important pieces of leverage those apply with respect to America. They also apply with respect to Europe. And that is continued access to those two markets, which is something that the Chinese certainly are very interested in. The other piece of leverage is all of these questions are ones where the Chinese do recognize that it's important for them on consumer product safety to protect the Chinese brand. They recognized that it is important for them to move to a more flexible exchange rate and what we are focusing on with them is not so much the direction of reform but the pace of reform.
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I think it is quite important, and particular, what it shows is that the engagement with China can work. And that is what we were attempting to do.in this **dialogue and many other issues that are being discussed.this is one item that was led by us ***ambassor Susan*** adressing concerns that we have with the **chinese subsidies, particularly export subsidies and subsidies we would say you need to that the chinese companies would be the import domestic goods as a suppose to import a goods.but this really does show when we have a chance to work through these issues and to work on them collaboratively/that we can get a mutually beneficial result. I think that is the particular significance here.

But you got some very very big issues indeed to do with. you got the issue of the Chinese respect of intellectual property. You have got the issue of china's opening up its market to international financial services and above all you got the fact that the chinese said in Euro's ** keep the currency RMByuan artificially low against the dollar.it gona take a long time isn't it to get real progress on those issues.

well.some of the issues are ones that we are able to make progress on. That is the focus of what we call our strategic econimic dialogue to be able to adress the long term strategic issues that we really need to be able to adress over the long term. These issues like / energy in the environment, issues on the issues indicate/ getting them to appreciate their currency more rapidly. all the issue were expected to having them accelerate/ the development of the financial sector, issues on investment, issues / for example on integrity of trade,consumer peotection,and product safety. so those..let's ...

please go ahead a try.

so, ambassdor, i mean ambassor,those **, do not always getting too far down the laundry list.i mean those are all important issues but the fact is so you do not have that much leverage, the Chinese sell the enormous number of goods that people in America want to buy, and deficit, on the one hand,on the other hand.you will be very worried, if the reserves the Chinese are holding the business was something to go over the europe's some of the currency,they go to get the leverage, you do not have much.right?

well, either two are important pieces of leverage,those apply with expected Ameica they also apply to europe that is a continued access to those two markets which is something with the chinese certainly are very interested in. the other piece of leverage is all of these questions are once where the chinese do recognize, that is important for them on consumer product safety to protect the chinese brand, they recognize it is important to move to a more flexible exchange rate, and what we are focusing on them is not so much the direction of the reform but the pace of the reform.
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