Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday said he wanted to improve ties with the U.S. and said the two countries could achieve "win-win cooperation." In his remarks on arriving at the White House for a morning of talks with President Barack Obama, Xi said the goal of his trip was to make greater advances in the bilateral relationship. In his remarks, Obama agreed that there were wide areas where the two countries could cooperate. "I believe that if our two great nations, if we work together, have an unmatched ability to shape the course of the century ahead," Obama said. He stressed that differences between the two countries must be addressed "candidly" and reminded Xi of the U.S. interest in human rights.
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