U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan on Tuesday signed a broad pact setting out a framework for future cooperation on trade and investment.
A Treasury officials said the document covers four areas that the two countries regard as priorities for cooperation, on macroeconomic issues, financial services, trade and investment and international cooperation.
Geithner and Wang signed the document at Treasury on the final of two days of Strategic and Economic Dialogue talks.
No further details about the framework were immediately available but copies of it were expected to be released later on Tuesday.
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