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United States-China Strategic Economic Dialogue

Published July 12, 2013

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Fact Sheet

Creation of the U.S.-China Strategic Economic Dialogue (SED), September 2006

First U.S.-China SED in Beijing, December 2006

Second U.S.-China SED, in Washington, May 2007

Third U.S.-China SED, in Beijing, December 2007

Fourth U.S.-China SED, in Annapolis, June 2008

Fifth U.S.-China SED, in Beijing, December 2008

Creation of U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED), July 2008

First U.S.-China S&ED, Economic Track: Joint Fact Sheet, 2009

First U.S.-China S&ED, Strategic Track: Memorandum of Understanding on Enhancing Cooperation on Climate Change, Energy and the Environment, 2009

Second U.S.–China S&ED, Economic Track: Joint Fact Sheet, 2010

Second Meeting of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue, Strategic Track: Outcomes, 2010

Third U.S.–China S&ED, Economic Track: Joint Fact Sheet, 2011

Third U.S.–China S&ED, Strategic Track: Outcomes, 2011

Fourth U.S.–China S&ED, Economic Track: Joint Fact Sheet, 2012

Fourth U.S.–China S&ED, Strategic Track: Outcomes, 2012

Fifth U.S.–China S&ED, Economic Track: Joint Fact Sheet, 2013

Fifth U.S.–China S&ED, Strategic Track: Outcomes, 2013

Speech

Statement by Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson at U.S. Delegation Press Conference following the U.S.-China Strategic Economic Dialogue, December 2006

Transcript of U.S. Delegation Press Conference - Second Meeting of the U.S.-China Strategic Economic Dialogue, May 2007

Clinton's Remarks at Plenary Session of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue, July 2009

Obama's Remarks at Plenary Session of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue, July 2009

Editorial

Clinton & Geithner's Wall Street Journal Op-Ed: A New Strategic and Economic Dialogue with China

President George W. Bush and President Hu Jintao initiated the U.S.-China Strategic Economic Dialogue (SED) in 2006, where leaders from both nations meet twice a year to seek opportunities for bilateral cooperation. From 2009, President Barack Obama continued this series as the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED), though on an annual basis and with separate "tracks," the Treasury Department leading the Economic Track and State Department leading the Strategic track. The sessions conclude with a jointly-produced "Fact Sheet" detailing the agreements reached at that round of the SED.

More documents from these conferences are available on the Treasury Department and State Department websites.

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