Former U.S. President Carter: Getting along well with China is crucial to U.S. prosperity

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 Former U.S. President Carter: Getting along well with China is crucial to U.S. prosperity


Reference News Network reported on January 23 that while trade disputes between China and the United States are at stake, former President Carter of the United States, in an interview with the American media, said that Sino-US relations will be the most important bilateral relations in the world now and for a long time to come. He hoped that the current Sino-US trade negotiations would improve the economy of the two countries. When we cant get along well with China, it will hurt our two countries, not only China, but also the United States economically. I think in the long run, the American people will find that living well with China is essential to our own prosperity, our own peace and good life.

According to a report on the website of Taiwans Zhongshi E-Newspaper on January 23, Carter said, The most significant long-term achievement I have achieved in the White House is to normalize diplomatic relations with China. He said that China still has some problems and is trying to overcome them. There has been no war in China since 1979, and we have spent trillions of dollars fighting in Iraq and other places. China has done a very good job in the past period. They have not only developed infrastructure to an admirable level, but have almost completely rid themselves of extreme poverty. Carter said that in the next year or two, China may announce that all Chinese people have been lifted out of poverty. This is an outstanding achievement. I think they have used their huge financial resources wisely, but we have spent a lot of our financial resources on unnecessary wars. Carter pointed out that the relationship between the United States and China will be the most important bilateral relationship in the world now and for a long time to come. I will continue to use my influence and the influence of the Carter Center to let us deal with China with respect and openness to each other. Source: Responsible Editor of Reference Message Network: Xun Jianguo_NN7379

According to a report on the website of Taiwans Zhongshi E-Newspaper on January 23, Carter said, The most significant long-term achievement I have achieved in the White House is to normalize diplomatic relations with China. He said that China still has some problems and is trying to overcome them. There has been no war in China since 1979, and we have spent trillions of dollars fighting in Iraq and other places. China has done a very good job in the past period. They have not only developed infrastructure to an admirable level, but have almost completely rid themselves of extreme poverty.

Carter said that in the next year or two, China may announce that all Chinese people have been lifted out of poverty. This is an outstanding achievement. I think they have used their huge financial resources wisely, but we have spent a lot of our financial resources on unnecessary wars.

Carter pointed out that the relationship between the United States and China will be the most important bilateral relationship in the world now and for a long time to come. I will continue to use my influence and the influence of the Carter Center to let us deal with China with respect and openness to each other.