By  on December 14, 2007

XIANGHE, China — Capping a week of top-level trade meetings marked by some acrimony, U.S. and Chinese officials said Thursday they reached several new agreements, including outlines for improved food and product safety.

But key issues remain unresolved, including a faster timetable for appreciation of Chinese currency, China's failure to protect U.S. intellectual property rights and delays in opening Chinese consumer and financial markets to global goods and services.

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