president hopes US moves will stabilise market
Indo-Asian News Service
Beijing, Sep 22 (Xinhua) Chinese President Hu Jintao Monday
spoke to his US counterpart George W. Bush over the phone
and expressed his confidence that Washington would overcome
the financial market crisis being felt worldwide.
Bush briefed Hu on the latest development of the US financial
market, saying his government was well aware of the scope
of the problem, and had taken necessary measures to stabilize
the domestic and world markets.
Hu hoped the measures would lead to a gradual recovery of
the market, which he said not only serves the interests of
the United States, but also those of China, and would help
to stabilise world financial markets.
The Chinese president said his country is keen to work with
the US to intensify dialogue, exchanges and cooperation to
the benefit of bilateral relations and to resolve issues like
the Taiwan question.
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