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U.S. Treasury Secretary, In Beijing Visit, Outlines Varying Goals Of American And Chinese Reforms In Healthcare, Economic Systems

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BEIJING - In a major speech presented this week in the Chinese capital, the head of the U.S. Treasury Department indicated that as Washington and Beijing join forces to contain the global financial crisis, the two countries should institute very different economic changes and approaches to healthcare reforms

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