February 13, 2012

Hoping for Good U.S.-China Chemistry

Bloomberg, Bloomberg

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Don’t expect any breakthrough deals from this week’s meeting between the U.S. president and China (CNGDPYOY)’s leader-in-waiting. In an election year for Barack Obama and Xi Jinping, who is in line to replace President Hu Jintao this fall, the best outcome to hope for is good chemistry.

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