President Obama is in China for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, the organization of Pacific Rim countries looking to create policies to promote free trade and economic cooperation.
Needless to say, it is a region of the country which is very important to the United States, and with Russia appearing to make some strides in their relationship with China, becoming a bit competitive. The president will meet one-on-one with Chinese President Xi Jinping, to talk about a variety of issues, who some analysts feel views American intentions with suspicion.
ABC’s Mary Bruce joined us from Beijing to discuss the president’s objectives.
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