By  on January 20, 2011

WASHINGTON — President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao said they discussed at a White House bilateral meeting on Wednesday a range of issues from military and business cooperation to trade and currency issues, even giving a nod to the completion of the Doha Round of global trade talks.

During a joint press conference, Obama said he and the Chinese president discussed China’s currency and other trade problems. Obama said he told Hu the U.S. “welcomed China’s increasing flexibility of its currency.”

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