Chinese PM: China, US have more common interests than differences

November 13, 2015 14:43


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China and the United States have more common interests than differences, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Friday.

Li made the remarks when meeting with a delegation of the US House of Representatives to China led by its Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.

The Chinese prime minister said that due to differences in history and culture, social system and development stage, it is normal for the two countries to have some different opinions or even divergences over some issues.

Li said the healthy and stable development of China-US ties will not only benefit Chinese and US people, but will also be a special contribution to world peace, stability and development.

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