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By William Bi
BEIJING (MNI) - China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday dismissed
a recent U.S. Congressional report on bilateral economic relations as
"irresponsible comments" by a group with "long-held and deeply rooted biases"
In its 2017 report released this month, the U.S.-China Economic and
Security Review Commission cited a long list of unfair practices by China,
including failing to uphold its obligations under the World Trade Organization,
discriminatory treatment of U.S. companies, predatory investment attempts into
critical U.S. industries, and cyber espionage.
"Whether it's the U.S. authorities or Chinese ministries, it would be sad
if these conclusions from such an agency were used as the basis for formulating
policies," ministry spokesman Lu Kang told reporters.
China and the U.S. made important and fruitful achievements in economic and
trade cooperation during the visit by President Donald Trump earlier this month,
Lu said. "We urge this commission to stop giving irresponsible comments on
issues related to China," he said.
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