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U.S. China Science and Technology Cooperation (S&T Agreement): Report to Congress


Washington, DC
December 30, 2006

Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs
Washington, DC
December 2006

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Signed in 1979 by President Carter and Premier Deng Xiaoping, the United States -China Agreement on Cooperation in Science and Technology (the S&T Agreement) began an era of robust government-to-government science and technology (S&T) collaboration between the two countries. The Agreement is among the longest-standing U.S.-China accords and has been broadly endorsed by U.S. Federal agencies through their participation in cooperative exchanges. These exchanges have helped advance cooperative research in an incredibly diverse range of fields, including fisheries, earth and atmospheric sciences, basic research in physics and chemistry, a variety of energy-related areas, agriculture, civil industrial technology, geology, health, and disaster research. The report aims to achieve an assessment of how the Agreement has influenced PRC policies on S&T cooperation with the U.S.

This report was submitted to Congress in December of 2006.

Report - U.S.-China Agreement on Cooperation in Science and Technology (S&T Agreement)
List of Active Protocols, Memoranda of Understanding, and Annexes, etc. Operative from 2004-2006
Tab 1 - Department of Agriculture
Tab 2 - Department of Commerce
Tab 3 - Department of Energy
Tab 4 - Environmental Protection Agency
Tab 5 - Department of Health and Human Services
Tab 6 - Department of Interior
Tab 7 - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Tab 8 - National Science Foundation
Tab 9 - Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Tab 10 - Department of State
Tab 11 - Department of Transportation

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For more information regarding the contents of this report, please contact Ebonique Padgett at padgettel@state.gov, (202) 663-3237.This report was submitted to Congress in December 2006.


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