22 Jan '11, 3am

China to create jobs in US

China to create jobs in US

CHICAGO: Chinese President Hu Jintao on Friday promised to help create needed jobs in the United States as he basked in a warm welcome in Chicago at the end of an often contentious state visit. A day after heated discussions with lawmakers in Washington, Hu tried to show a more human side of the rising Asian power as he visited the third largest US city, where he met with business leaders, students and local dignitaries. At a suburban warehouse, Hu toured an exhibition showcasing 10 Chinese companies that operate in the Midwestern metropolis which he said "have injected fresh momentum into the American economy and created jobs here". "The Chinese government will continue to encourage our companies to do business and make investments here. We hope the American government will help provide a welcome environment for Chinese businesses," Hu said through an interpreter. Hu afte...

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