Join Secretary Geithner And Clinton As They Deliver Remarks At The Opening Of The U.S.-China Strategic Dialogue

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Because you wouldn't want to miss lots of empty words being delivered with the appropriate dose of pathos (or is that pathology?) and hypocrisy.

From the Department of Truth:

Join Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton as she delivers remarks
at the Opening Session of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue
(S&ED) on May 9, 2011. Secretary Clinton and Treasury Secretary
Timothy Geithner will be joined for the Dialogue by the Chinese
Co-Chairs, Vice Premier Wang Qishan, and State Councilor Dai Bingguo,
for the third joint meeting of the U.S.-China S&ED in Washington,
D.C., May 9-10.

And from Reuters on Geithner's prepared remarks:

U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said on Monday that China needs to foster more domestic demand rather than rely on exports for its future growth to keep a global recovery going.

In prepared remarks for delivery at the start of two days of a Strategic and Economic Dialogue, Geithner said both countries face challenges and Washington must complete long-term fiscal reforms to force it to live within its means.

"In China ... the challenge is to lay the foundation for a new growth model, driven more by domestic demand, with a more market-based economy, and a more sophisticated financial system," Geithner said.