BEIJING — China and the U.S. must work together to fight the global financial crisis, despite the two countries facing markedly different challenges, U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said here Monday.
Geithner, who sparked China’s ire during his confirmation hearing by saying the government manipulated its currency only to back off that charge in an April Treasury report, struck a conciliatory tone on his first official visit here, telling a crowd at Beijing University that the U.S. and China have mutual long-term economic interests.
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