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China for the first time formally stated its views on issues with the U.S. when the Commerce Ministry said the two sides have begun "normal communication" in economic and trade areas, wrote Taoran Notes, an influential blog which some said is linked to the official newspaper Economic Daily. This is not something that came abruptly but resulted from gradual change with "cool and rational manners,", the blog said. China still needs to carefully think what its fundamental interests are and calmly deal with the U.S. with an extremely pragmatic attitude, as both sides have been emotional in the past when bilateral relations encountered difficulties, said the blog.