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[I&A] 【整理】2009-11-19: 奥巴马结束中国之行

本帖最后由 playstation 于 2009-11-22 21:02 编辑

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In and Around News 2009-11-19: 奥巴马结束中国之行

美国总统奥巴马结束了在中国的访问,乘专机离开北京。此次访华提升了两国间的中美联合声明体现战略互信。不过两国在贸易和汇率等问题上仍有分歧。




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Overseas now, President Obama has wrapped up another full day in China, including meetings with President Hu Jintao. There was a lot of pushback between the two of them behind the warm welcome for the visiting president. Our White House correspondent Savannah Guthrie, traveling with President Obama in Beijing, with apologies for a long satellite delay tonight. Savannah, good evening.

Good evening to you, Brian.  This was the day of the real business of the trip. And despite a lot of talk about a new era of cooperation, it's clear this will take time and the president will leave China with the same fundamental disagreements intact.  In subfreezing temperatures, the president toured Beijing's Forbidden City, once the home of emperors.

The president's second day in China was long on ceremony, an official welcome with the formal review of the troops, and Tuesday night, an elaborate state dinner. It was also the most substantive day of the visit, President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao holding a series of meetings and appearing later before the press to hail the common ground they share as the world's largest powers. "The United States welcomes China as a strong, prosperous and successful member of the community of nations."  But both leaders raised touchy economic issues. China's president urged Mr. Obama to avoid protectionist measures that could curb China's massive dependence on US exports to power its economy, Mr. Obama reminding China of its promises to stop manipulating its currency to keep Chinese goods artificially cheap.

But aides say the Chinese never brought up the US's 800 billion dollar debt, money largely used to fund stimulus efforts, though the president later appeared to make a passing reference.  "China's partnership has proved critical in our effort to pull ourselves out of the worst recession in generations."

The Chinese took a firm line against Iran and North Korea, but in a sign of the diplomatic work still to be done, made no commitments to support sanctions against Iran, its economic ally. And at a press event so tightly managed, no questions were permitted, Mr. Obama gently nudged his hosts on human rights.  "We do not believe these principles are unique to America, but rather, they are universal rights, and that they should be available to all peoples." The leaders did make some progress on climate change. No major breakthroughs on capping greenhouse gases, but they did pledge cooperation on clean energy research.  On Wednesday, the president will meet with the premier of China, then it's on to Korea. But one last sightseeing stop, the Great Wall of China, Brian.


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[Homework]2009-11-19: 奥巴马结束中国之行

本帖最后由 michellehuan 于 2009-11-19 10:36 编辑

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Oversees now, Present Obama has raped  another four days in China, including meetings with Present Hu Jingtao that was a lot of push backs between the two of them behind the warm welcome for the visiting Present. A White House correspond Savannah  traveling with Present Obama in Beijing with a apology for a long satellite delay.Hi, Savannah, good evening. Good evening to you, Bran, this was the day of the real business of the trip. Despite lot of talk about the new area of cooperation, it's clear this will take time and Present will leave China with the same fundamental disagreement in tact.
In sob freezing temperatures, the Present toured Beijing's Forbidden City, once the home of emperor of. The Present the second day in China was long on ceremony, an official welcome with the formal review of troops. At Tuesday night, at elaborated state dinner. It's also the most sub* day of the visit, Present Obama and Chinese Present Hu Jingtao holding a series of meetings. And appearing later before the press to held the common grounds they share as the world largest powers.
The United States welcomes, China is a strong, prosperous and successful member of community of nations.
But both leaders raised touchy economic issues, China's Present urged Mr. Obama to avoid protection as measures that could curb China's massive dependence on US export to power its economy.
Mr. Obama reminding China of its promises to stop blaming its currency to keep Chinese goods artificially cheap. But add say the Chinese never brought up the US's 800 billion dollar debt. Money largely use the stimulus effort. So the Present later appeared to make a passing reference.
China's partnership has proved critical and our effort to pull ourself out of the worst recession and generations.
The Chinese took a firm line against Iran and North Korea, but in the sign of diplomatic works still to be done made no commitment to  support sanctions against Iran, its economic ally. And as press event so tightly  managed, no question were permitted, Mr. Obama gentlely nudged his host on human rights.
We do not believe the principles are unique to America, but rather they are universal rights, and they should be available to all peoples.
The leaders did make some progress on climate change, no ? break, carbine green house gases, but they did pledge cooperation on clean energy research. On Wednesday the Present will the Premier of China, then it's on to Korea, but one last sight scene stopped the Great Wall of China.
Savannah as morning gets on the way in Beijing.

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[Homework]2009-11-19: 奥巴马结束中国之行

Overseas now, president Obama has wrapped up another four days in China, including meetings with president Hu Jingtao, there was a lot of push back between the two of them behind the worm welcome for the visiting president.
Our White House correspondent Savannah Guthrie travelling with President Obama in Beijing with apologizes for a long satellite delay tonight, Savannah, good evening.
Good evening to you, Brann, this was the day of the real business of the trop,despite a lot of talk about the new era of cooperation, the president will leave China with the same fundemental disagreements intact.
In soft freezing tempretures the president toured Beijing's Forbidden City, once the home of the emperors, the president's second day in China was long on ceremony, and official welcome with the formal review of the troops, and Tuesday night an elaborated state dinner, it was also the most substantative day of the visit, President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jingtao holding a series of meetings, and appearing later before the press to hear the commonground they share as the world's largest powers.
The United States welcomes, China as a strong prosperous and successful member of the community of nations,but both leaders raised touchy economic issues. China's president urged Mr.Obama to avoid protection these measures that could curb China's massive dependents on US export to power its economy. Mr. Obama reminding China of its promises to stop manipulating its currency to keep Chinese goods artificially cheap, but it says the Chinese never brought up the US's 800 billion dollor *, many largely later used to found stimulas effort, China's partnership has proved critical, and our effort to pull ourselves out of the worst recessions in generations.
The Chinese took a firm mind against Iran and North Korea, but in the sign of the diplomatic work still to be done, made no commitments to support sanctions against Iran, its economic ally. And as the press event are so tightly managed, no questions were permitted, Mr. Obams gently nudged his host on human rights, we don't believe these principle are unique to American, but rather they are universal rights and that they should be available to all peoples .
The leaders did make some progress on climate change, no major breakthroughes on capping greenhouse gases but they did pledge cooperation on clean energy research. On Wednesday the president will meet with the premier of China then it's on to Korea, but one last sightseeing stop. the great wall of China, Brann.
Savannah Guthrie, as morning gets under way in Beijing. Savannah, thanks.
P.S.: I hate this report, take a look at the selection of words,  the journalist is ideologically biased.

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Oversees now, Present Obama has wrapped up another four days in China, including meetings with Present Hu Jingtao that was a lot of push backs between the two of them behind the warm welcome for the visiting Present. A White House correspond Savannah  traveling with Present Obama in Beijing with a polegy for a long satellite delay?.Hi, Savannah, good evening. Good evening to you, Bran, this was the day of the real business of the trip. Despite lot of talk about the new area of cooperation, it's clear this will take time and Present will leave China with the same fundamental disagreement in tact.
In sob freezing temperatures, the Present toured Beijing's Forbidden City, once the whole member of. The Present the second day in China was long ceremony, an official welcome with the formal review of trips. At Tuesday night, at library state dinner. It's also the most  substantiveday of the visit, Present Obama and Chinese Present Hu Jingtao holding a  seriesof meetings. And appearing later before the press to held the common grounds they share as the world largest powers.
The United States welcomes, China is a strong, prosperous and successful member of community of nations.
But both leaders raised touchy economic issues, China's Present urged Mr. Obama to avoid protection as measures that could curb China's massive dependence on US export to power its economy.
Mr. Obama reminded China of its promises to stop blaming its currency to keep Chinese goods artificially cheap. But add say the Chinese never brought up the US's 800 billion dollar debt. Money largely use the stimulus effort. So the Present later appeared to make a passing reference.
China's partnership has proved critical and our effort to pull ourself out of the worst recession and generations.
The Chinese took a ?firm line against Iran and North Korea, but in the sign of diplomatic works still to be done made no commitment to  support cessions against Iran is economic ally. And at Present so tightly  managed no question were permitted, Mr. Obama gentlely nudged his host on human rights.
We do not believe the principles are unique to America, but rather they are universal rights, and they should be available to all peoples.
The leaders did make some progress on climate change, no  majorbreak, carbine green house gases, but they did pledge cooperation on clean energy research. On Wednesday the Present will the Premier of China, then it's on to Korea, but one last sight scene stopped the Great Wall of China.
Savannah as morning gets on the way in Beijing.
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本帖最后由 playstation 于 2009-11-22 21:09 编辑

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Overseas now, Present Obama has wrapped up  another four-day in China, including meetings with President Hu Jintao there was a lot of pushback between the two of them behind the warm welcome for the visiting President. A White House correspondent Savannah Guthrie’s traveling with President Obama in Beijing with apologies for a long satellite delay tonight. Savannah, good evening. Good evening to you, Bryan, this was the day of the real business of the trip. Despite a lot of talk about the new era of cooperation, it's clear this will take time and President will leave China with the same fundamental disagreements intact.
In subfreezing temperatures, the President toured Beijing's Forbidden City, once the home of Emperors. The President’s second day in China was long on ceremony, an official welcome with the formal review of troops. And Tuesday night, an elaborate state dinner. It's also the most sub sent day of the visit, President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao holding a series of meetings. And appearing later before the press to hail the common ground they share as the world’s largest powers.
The United States welcomes, China as a strong, prosperous and successful member of community of nations.
But both leaders raised touchy economic issues, China's President urged Mr. Obama to avoid protection as measures that could curb China's massive dependence on US export to power its economy.
Mr. Obama reminding China of its promises to stop manipulating its currency to keep Chinese goods artificially cheap. But add say the Chinese never brought up US's 800 billion dollar debt. Money largely used to fund stimulus effort. So the President later appeared to make a passing reference.
China's partnership has proved critical in our effort to pull ourselves out of the worst recession in generations.
The Chinese took a firm line against Iran and North Korea, but in the sign of diplomatic works still to-be-done made no commitment to  support sanctions against Iran its economic ally. And at a press event so tightly managed no questions were permitted, Mr. Obama gentlely nudged his host on human rights.
We do not believe these principles are unique to America, but rather they are universal rights, and they should be available to all peoples.
The leaders did make some progress on climate change, no major breakthroughs on capping green house gases, what they did pledge cooperation on clean energy research. On Wednesday the President will meet withthe Premier of China, then it's on to Korea, but one last sightseeing stop the Great Wall of China.
Savannah Guthrie as morning gets under way in Beijing. Savannah, thanks


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[Homework]Oversees now, President Obama has wrapped up another four days in China, including meetings with President Hu Jintao that was a lot of push backs between the two of them behind the warm welcome for the visiting President.
Our White House correspondent Savannah, travelling with President Obama in Beijing with apologies for a long satellite delay tonight. Hi, Savannah, good evening.
Good evening to you, Bran, this was the day of the real business of the trip. Despite a lot of talk about the new era of cooperation, it's clear this will take time and President will leave China with the same fundamental disagreement intact.
In subfreezing temperatures, the President toured Beijing's Forbidden City, once the home of emperors.  The President’s second day in China was long on ceremony, an official welcome with the formal review of troops. And Tuesday night, at elaborated state dinner. It's also the most sustentative day of the visit, President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao holding a series of meetings. And appearing later before the press to held the common grounds they share as the world’s largest powers.
The United States welcomes, China as a strong, prosperous and successful member of the community of nations.
But both leaders raised touchy economic issues, China's President urged Mr. Obama to avoid protection as measures that could curb China's massive dependence on US export to power its economy.
Mr. Obama reminds China of its promises to stop manipulating its currency to keep Chinese goods artificially cheap. But it is said the Chinese never brought up the US's 800 billion dollar debt. Money largely used to find stimulus effort. So the President later appeared to make a passing reference.
China's partnership has proved critical in our effort to pull ourselves out of the worst recession and generations.
The Chinese took a firm line against Iran and North Korea, but in the sign of diplomatic works still to be done made no commitment to support sanctions against Iran, its economic ally. And as press event so tightly managed, no questions were permitted; Mr. Obama gently nudged his host on human rights.
We do not believe the principles are unique to America, but rather they are universal rights, and they should be available to all peoples.
The leaders did make some progress on climate change, no major breakthroughs on carbon green house gases, but they did pledge cooperation on clean energy research. On Wednesday the President will meet with the Premier of China, then it's on to Korea, but one last sightseeing stop, the Great Wall of China.
Savannah, as morning gets under way in Beijing. Thanks!
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Overseas now, Present Obama has wrapped up  another four-day in China, including meetings with President Hu Jintao there was a lot of pushback between the two of them behind the warm welcome for the visiting President. Our White House correspondent Savannah Guthrie’s traveling with President Obama in Beijing with apologies for a long satellite delay tonight. Savannah, good evening.

Good evening to you, Bryan, this was the day of the real business of the trip. Despite a lot of talk about the new era of cooperation, it's clear this will take time and the President will leave China with the same fundamental disagreements intact.

In subfreezing temperatures, the President toured Beijing's Forbidden City, once the home of Emperors. The President’s second day in China was long on ceremony, an official welcome with the formal review of the troops. And Tuesday night, an elaborate state dinner. It's also the most substantive day of the visit, President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao holding a series of meetings. And appearing later before the press to hail the common ground they share as the world’s largest powers.


"The United States welcomes, China as a strong, prosperous and successful member of the community of nations."

But both leaders raised touchy economic issues, China's President urged Mr. Obama to avoid protection as measures that could curb China's massive dependence on US exports to power its economy.

Mr. Obama reminding China of its promises to stop manipulating its currency to keep Chinese goods artificially cheap. But add say the Chinese never brought up US's 800 billion dollar debt. Money largely used to fund stimulus efforts. So the President later appeared to make a passing reference.

"China's partnership has proved critical in our effort to pull ourselves out of the worst recession in generations. "

The Chinese took a firm line against Iran and North Korea, but in the sign of the diplomatic works still to-be-done made no commitments to support sanctions against Iranits economic ally. And at a press event so tightly managed no questions were permitted, Mr. Obama gentlely nudged his host on human rights.

"We do not believe these principles are unique to America, but rather they are universal rights, and they should be available to all peoples."

The leaders did make some progress on climate change, no major breakthroughs on capping green house gases, but they did pledge cooperation on clean energy research. On Wednesday the President will meet with the Premier of China, then it's on to Korea, but one last sightseeing stop the Great Wall of China. Bryan.

Savannah Guthrie as morning gets under way in Beijing. Savannah, thanks.

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本帖最后由 lucaxy 于 2009-11-19 12:14 编辑

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Overseas now, president Obama has rapped up another full day in China including meeting with president Hu Jintao. There was a lot of push-back between the two of them behind the warm welcome for the visiting president. Our White House correspondent Savannah Guthrie travelling with precident Obama in Beijing, with apologies for a long setallites delay tonight, Savannah, good evening.

Good evening to you, Brian. This was the day of the real business of the trip. And despite a lot of talk about a era of cooperation, it's clear this will take time, and the president will leave China with the same foundamental disagreement intact.

In sob freezing temperatures, the president toured Beijing's Forbidden City, Once the home of Emperor.

Oh, it's beautiful.

The president's second day in China was long on ceremony. An official welcome with the formal review of the troops, and Tuesday night, an elaborate state dinner. It was also the most substantive day of the visit, president Obama and Chinese president Hu Jintao holding a series of meetings and appearing later before the press to hale the common ground they share as the world's largest powers.

The United States welcomes, China as a stong, prosperous and successful member of the community of nations. But both leaders raised touchy economic issues. China's president urged Mr. Obama to avoid protectionist measures, that could curb the China's massive dependence on U.S. exports to power its economy. Mr. Obama reminding China of its promises to stop manipulating its currency to keep Chinese goods artificially cheap.

But _ say the Chinese never brought up U.S.'s 800 billion dollar debt, money larged used found stimulus effort. So the pesident later appear to make a passing referance. China's partnarship has proved critical in our effort to pull ourselves out of the worst recession in generations. The Chinese took off a firm line agains Iran and North Korea, but in a sign of the diplomatic work still to be done, made no commitment to support _ against Iran, its economic ally. And as present event so tightly managed, no questions ware permitted. Mr. Obama gentally nudged his host on human rights.

We do not believe this principals are unique to America, but rather they are universial rights and then they should be available to all peoples.

The leaders did mede some progress on climate change - no major breakthroughs on caping green house gases - but they did pledged on cooperations on clean energy research. On Wednsday the president will meet the premier of the China then it's on to Korea, but one last sight seen the Great Wall of China, Brian.

Savannah Guthrie has morning gets on the way in Beijing, Savannah, thanks.
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[Homework]2009-11-19: 奥巴马结束中国之行

Overseas now, president Obama has wrapped up another four days in China, including meetings with president Hu Jingtao, there was a lot of push back between the two of them behind the warm welcome for the visiting president.
Our White House correspondent Savannah Guthrie travelling with President Obama in Beijing with apologies for a long satellite delay tonight, Savannah, good evening.
Good evening to you, Brann, this was the day of the real business of the trop,despite a lot of talk about the new era of cooperation,it's clear it will take time and the president will leave China with the same fundemental disagreements *.
In soft freezing temperatures the president toured Beijing's Forbidden City, once the home of the emperors, the president's second day in China was long on ceremony, and official welcome with the formal review of the troops, and Tuesday night an elaborated state dinner, it was also the most substantive day of the visit, President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jingtao holding a series of meetings, and appearing later before the press to * the commonground they share as the world's largest powers.
The United States welcomes, China as a strong prosperous and successful member of the community of nations,but both leaders raised touchy economic issues. China's president urged Mr.Obama to avoid protectionism measures that could curb China's massive dependence on US exports to power its economy. Mr. Obama reminding China of its promises to stop manipulating its currency to keep Chinese goods artificially cheap, but * says the Chinese never brought up the US's 800 billion dollor debt. money largely used to found stimulas efforts,the president later appeared to make a passing reference China's partnership has proved critical, and our effort to pull ourselves out of the world'worst recession in generations.
The Chinese took a firm line against Iran and North Korea, but in the sign of the diplomatic work still to be done, made no commitments to support sanctions against Iran, its economic ally. And as the press event are so tightly managed, no questions were permitted, Mr. Obamas gently nudged his hosts on human rights, we do not believe these principles are unique to America, but rather they are universal rights and that they should be available to all peoples .
The leaders did make some progress on climate change, no major breakthroughes on capping greenhouse gases but they did pledge cooperation on clean energy research. On Wednesday the president will meet with the premier of China then it's on to Korea, but one last sightseeing stop. the great wall of China, Brann.
Savannah Guthrie, as morning gets under way in Beijing. Savannah, thanks.

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本帖最后由 playstation 于 2009-11-22 21:14 编辑 on 丛水
Overseas now, Present Obama has wrapped up  another four-day in China, including meetings with President Hu Jintao. There was a lot of pushback between the two of them behind the warm welcome for the visiting President. Our White House correspondent Savannah Guthrie’s traveling with President Obama in Beijing with apologies for a long satellite delay tonight. Savannah, good evening.
Good evening to you, Bryan. This was the day of the real business of the trip. Despite a lot of talk about the new era of cooperation, it's clear this will take time and the President will leave China with the same fundamental disagreements intact.

In subfreezing temperatures, the President toured Beijing's Forbidden City, once the home of Emperors. The President’s second day in China was long on ceremony, an official welcome with the formal review of the troops. And Tuesday night, an elaborate state dinner. It's also the most substantive day of the visit, President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao holding a series of meetings. And appearing later before the press to hail the common ground they share as the world’s largest powers.

"The United States welcomes, China as a strong, prosperous and successful member of the community of nations."

But both leaders raised touchy economic issues
. China's President urged Mr. Obama to avoid protectionism measures that could curb China's massive dependence on US exports, the power of its economy.

Mr. Obama reminding China of its promises to stop manipulating its currency to keep Chinese goods artificially cheap. But add say the Chinese never brought up US's 800 billion dollar debt. Money largely used to fund stimulus efforts. So the President later appeared to make a passing reference.

"China's partnership has proved critical in our effort to pull ourselves out of the worst recession in generations.”

The Chinese took a firm line against Iran and North Korea, but in the sign of the diplomatic works still to-be-done made no commitments to support sanctions against Iran—its economic ally. And at a press event so tightly managed no questions were permitted, Mr. Obama
gently nudged his host on human rights.

"We do not believe these principles are unique to America, but rather they are universal rights, and they should be available to all peoples."

The leaders did make some progress on climate change, no major breakthroughs on capping green house gases, but they did pledge cooperation on clean energy research. On Wednesday the President will meet with the Premier of China, then it's on to Korea, but one last sightseeing stop the Great Wall of China. Bryan.

Savannah Guthrie as morning gets under way in Beijing. Savannah, thanks.


由于我是学经济的,这句话我认为有必要解释一下。

Curb China's massive dependence on US exports, the power of its economy. 我的理解是US exports 是中国经济增长的动力。如果是按原来的理解Curb China's massive dependence on US exports to power its economy. 减少依赖怎么会促进中国经济增长呢? 逻辑上不通

经济增长的三辆马车,出口,消费,投资,对中国而言最重要的是出口,对美国的出口尤为重要。仅供参考。
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[Homework]2009-11-19: 奥巴马结束中国之行

Overseas now, President Obama has wraped another four days in China, including meeting President Hujintao, there was a lot of push back between the two of them behind the warm welcome for the visiting President. Our White house ** travelling with President Obama in Beijing, * for a long subtitle delay tonight. * Good evening.
Good evening to you, bryan. This was a day of real bussiness of the trip, despite a lot of talk about new area of cooperation. It is clear this would take time and President will leave China with the same foundamental disagreement in *. In South frozen temperature, President toured Beijing forbiden city, once the home Emper. The President second day was on long ceremony. And offical weclome the formal review of the troops. And Tuesday night, in the * state dinner. It was also the most * day of the visit. President Obama and President Hujintao hold several meetings and appearing later before the press to * the common ground they share as world's largest powers.
The Unite States welcomes China as a strong prospres successful member of communites nations. But both leaders waivered touching economic issues. China President urged Mr Obama to aviod protection measures. They could curb China's massive depends on US export to power its economy. Mr Obama reminding China of its promises to stop manuplating its currency to keep chinese good artifically cheap. But Ads say the Chinese never brought up the US 8 hundreds billion debts. Many largely used to found stimulus efforts. The president later apperance a passing reference: China's partnership proved critical in our effort to put ourselves out of the world worse recession of generations.'
The Chinese took a form line against Iraq and North Korea. But in the sign of diplomatic works still to be done, make no committmence to support  * against Iraq its economic alia. And President event was so tightly *. No question was permitted. Mr Obama gently * his host on human rights. We do not believe the princple of our unique to our Anerica but rather than the univerisal rights. They should be available to all peoples.
The leaders did make some progress on climate changes, no major break on * greenhouse what they did. Pledge cooperation on clean energy research. On Wenesday, Presdient will meet the primer of China. Then *on the  Korea.But One last site seeing stop the Great Wall. Byran.

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Overseas now, President Obama has wrapped up another four-day in China, including meetings with President Hu Jintao, there was a lot of pushback between the two of them, behind the warm welcome for the visiting President. Our White House correspondent Savannah Guthrie’s traveling with President Obama in Beijing with apologies for a long satellite delay tonight. Savannah. Good evening.

“Good evening to you, Bryan, this was the day to real business of the trip. Despite a lot of talk about the now era of cooperation, it’s clear this will take time and the President will leave China with the same fundamental disagreements intact.”

“In subfreezing temperatures, the President toured Beijing’s Forbidden City, the home of emperors. The President’s second day in China was long on ceremony, an official welcome with the formal review of the troops, and Tuesday night, an elaborate state dinner. It was also the most substantive day of the visit, President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao holding a series of meetings. And appearing later before the press to hail the common ground they share as the world’s largest powers.”

“The United States welcomes, China as a strong, prosperous and successful member of the community of nations.”

“But both leaders raised touchy economic issues, China’s President urged to Mr. Obama to avoid protection as measures, they could _ China’s massive dependence on US’s exports to power its economy.”

“Mr. Obama reminding China of its promises to stop manipulating its currency to keep Chinese goods artificially cheap. But add say the Chinese never brought up the US’s 800 billion dollar debt. Money largely used to fund stimulus efforts. So the President later appeared to make a passing reference.

“China’s partnership has proved critical in our effort to pull ourselves out of the worst recession in generations.”

The Chinese took a firm line against Iran and North Korea, but in the sign of the diplomatic works still to be done, made no commitments to support sanctions against Iran, its economic ally. And at a press event so tightly managed no questions were permitted, Mr. Obama gently nudged his host on human rights.

“We do not believe these principles are unique to America, but rather they are universal rights and they should be available to all peoples.”

The leaders did make some progress on climate change, no major breakthroughs on capping green house gases, but they did pledge cooperation on clean energy research. On Wednesday the President will meet with the Premier of China, then it’s on to Korea, but one last sightseeing stop the Great Wall of China.
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Overseas now, President Obama has wrapped up another four day in China, including meetings with President Hu Jintao. There was a lot of pushback between the two of them behind the warm welcome for the visiting president. Our White House correspondent * traveling with President Obama in Beijing with apologies for a long satelite delay tonight, * Good Evening, Good Evening to you, Bryan. This was the day of the real business of the trip. and despite a lot of talk about the new era cooperation, it's clear this will take time and president will leave China with the same fundamental disagreements intact. In sub-freezing temperatures, the President toured Beijing's forbidden city, once the home of emperor. The president's second day in China was long on ceremony and official welcome with the formal review of the troops and Tuesday night an elaborate state dinner. It was also the most substantive day of the visit, President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao holding a series of meetings and appearing later before the press to hail the common ground they share as world's largest powers. "The United States welcomes China as a strong, prosperous, and successful member of the community of nations " But both leaders raised toughy economic issues. China's President urged Mr Obama to avoid protectionist measures that could curb China's massive dependence on U.S. exports to power its economy, Mr Obama reminding China of its promises to stop manupilating its currency to keep Chinese goods artificially cheap. But Ed said the Chinese never brought up the U.S.'s 800 billion dollar debt, money largely used  to fund stimulus efforts. Though The President later appeared to a passing reference, China's partnership has proved critical in our effort to pull ourselves out of the worst recession in generations. The Chinese took a firm line against Iran and North Korea, but in a sign of the deplomatic work still to be done made no committments to support sanctions against Iran, its economic ally. At a press event tightly managed no questions were permitted. Mr. Obama gently nudged his host on human rights. "We don't believe these principles are unique to America, but rather they are universal rights, and they should be available to all peoples" The leaders did make some progress on climate change, no major breakthrough signed capping green house gases, but they did pledge cooperation on clean energy research. On Wensday, the President will meet with the Premier of China, then it's on to Korea, but one last sightseeing stop the Great Wall of China, Byran. * as morning gets underway in Beijing.
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Overseas now President Obama has wrapped up another four-day in China, including meetings with President Hu Jingtao. There was a lot of pushback between the two of them, behind the warm welcome for the visiting President. Our White House correspondent ** traveling with President Obama in Beijing with apologies for a long satellite delay tonight. *, Good evening.

Good evening to you, Bryan. This was the day to real business of the trip. Despite a lot of talks about the now era of cooperation, it’s clear this will take time and the President will leave China with the same fundamental disagreements intact.

In subfreezing temperatures, the President toured Beijing’s Forbidden City----once the home of emperors. “beautiful…”
The President’s second day in China was long on ceremony, an official welcome with the formal review of the troops, and Tuesday night, an elaborate state dinner. It was also the most substantive day of the visit, President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao holding a series of meetings. And appearing later before the press to hail the common ground they share as the world’s largest powers.

“The United States welcomes, China as a strong, prosperous and successful member of the community of nations.”

But both leaders raised touchy economic issues, China’s President urged to Mr. Obama to avoid protection as measures, they could curb China’s massive dependence on US’s exports to power its economy.

Mr. Obama is reminding China of its promises to stop manipulating its currency to keep Chinese goods artificially cheap. But * say the Chinese has never brought up the US’s 800 billion dollar debt. Money largely used to fund stimulus efforts. So the President later appeared to make a passing reference.

“China’s partnership has proved critical in our effort to pull ourselves out of the worst recession in generations.”

The Chinese took a firm line against Iran and North Korea, but in the sign of the diplomatic works still to be done, made no commitments to support sanctions against Iran, its economic ally. And at a press event so tightly managed no questions were permitted, Mr. Obama gently nudged his host on human rights.

“We do not believe these principles are unique to America, but rather they are universal rights and they should be available to all peoples.”

The leaders did make some progress on climate change, no major breakthroughs on capping green house gases, but they did pledge cooperation on clean energy research. On Wednesday the President will meet with the Premier of China, then it’s on to Korea, but one last sightseeing stop the Great Wall of China, Bryan.

* * the morning guessed is under way in Beijing and thanks
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Overseas now, President Obama has wrapped up another full day in China, including meetings with President Hu Jintao. There were a lot of push-backs between the two of them behind the warm welcome for the visiting president. Our White House correspondent S. travelling with President Obama in Beijing, with an apology for a long satellite delay tonight. S. good evening!

Good evening to you, Brian. This was the day of the real business of the trip. Despite a lot of talk about new era of cooperation, it’s clear this will take time, and the president will leave China with the same fundamental disagreement intact.

In South freezing temperatures, the president toured Beijing’s Forbidden City, once the home of emperors. “Oh, it’s beautiful.” The president’s second day in China was long on ceremony. In official welcome with the formal review of the troops, and Tuesday night in an elaborate state dinner. It was also the most substantative day of the visit. President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao holding a series of meetings, and appearing later before the press to hail the common ground they share as the world’s largest powers.

“The United States welcomes China as a strong prosperous and successful member of the community of nations.” But both leaders raised touchy economic issues. China’s president urged Mr. Obama to avoid protectionist measures that could curb China’s massive dependence on US exports that power its economy.

Mr. Obama reminding China of its promises to stop manipulating its currency to keep Chinese goods artificially cheap. But aides say that the Chinese never brought up the US’s 800b dollar debt, money largely used to fund stimulus efforts. So the president later to appear a passing reference.

“China’s partnership has proved critical in our effort to pull ourselves out of the worst recession in generations.” The Chinese took a birdmon against Iran and North Korea, but in a sign of the diplomatic work still to be done, made no commitment to thwart sanctions against Iran, its economic ally.

And at a press event so tightly managed, no questions were permitted. Mr. Obama gently nudged his host on human rights. “We do not believe these principles are unique to America, but rather they are universal rights that they should be available to all peoples.”

The leaders did make some progress on climate change, no major breakthroughs on capping green house gas, but they did pledged cooperation on clean energy research. On Wednesday, the president will meet with the premier of China, then he’d onto Korea, but one last sightseeing stop of Great Wall of China. Brian.
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