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U.S. Relaxes China Sanctions

Tuesday, 21 November 2000 12:00 AM

"China has no intention to assist, in any way, any country in the development of ballistic missiles that can be used to deliver nuclear weapons," Foreign Ministry spokesman Sun Yuxi said in a statement carried on the official Xinhua News Agency.

The statement also said that China planned to tighten export controls on missile technology and "missile-related items and dual-use items," unrelated technologies that can be used to develop missile programs. The Chinese government said it would "exercise special scrutiny and caution" for countries suspected of developing nuclear weapons.

"This development can strengthen cooperation between the United States and China to achieve our common objective of preventing the spread of ballistic missiles that threaten regional and international security," State Department spokesman Richard Boucher told wire services Tuesday.

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