Trump, in letter to China's Xi, seeks 'constructive relationship'

By REUTERS
February 9, 2017 04:09

 
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WASHINGTON - US President Donald Trump on Wednesday sent a letter to China's President Xi Jinping saying he looked forward to working with him "to develop a constructive relationship" that benefits both countries, the White House said in a statement.

The letter also thanked Xi for his congratulatory letter on Trump's inauguration and wished the Chinese people a prosperous Year of the Rooster, the statement said.

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