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Kerry: US-China Partnership Important For Economic Stability, Growth
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Kerry: US-China Partnership Important For Economic Stability, Growth
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, October 6, 2011
WASHINGTON, D.C. Senator John Kerry (D-Mass.) today spoke from the floor of the United States Senate to address the current debate surrounding the Chinese currency bill.

China is an important partner of the United States in a lot of ways. It's also a major investor in the United States, said Sen. Kerry. So I don't think that we're here to rupture that relationship. I think we're here to send a message to the Chinese about the urgent need to repair it. We want a mutually beneficial partnership, an equitable partner that will pay dividends for both countries and I believe if we listen to each other and work in good faith we can make that happen, and we can enter into a better framework of cooperation that inures to the benefit and the stability and the leadership demands of both of our countries.

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