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Massive U.S. Government Delegation Seeks Common Ground In China To Counter Threats To Peace And Health

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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BEIJING - One of the most extensive American government delegations to make a state visit to China - headed by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner - posted only sporadic progress this week across a spectrum of issues affecting ties between the globe's financially hobbled superpower and fastest rising economic force, yet the two sides renewed an important pact on jointly tracking and fighting infectious diseases that have the potential to crisscross the continents

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