China’s Xi wants ‘win-win co-operation’ with US

China’s President Xi Jinping has called for “win-win co-operation” with the US on his first state visit to Washington.
Speaking on the White House lawn, he said the relationship with the US “must adapt to the changing times”.
He was welcomed by President Barack Obama, who said the two nations “had an unmatched ability to shape the course of the world” if they worked together.
Mr Xi is later expected to make a landmark pledge on climate change and on curbing harmful emissions.
The Chinese and US presidents held informal talks at the White House on Thursday, where they discussed Iran’s nuclear programme. Mr Xi’s visit has been overshadowed by an ongoing row over cyber security.


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