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December 8, 2005
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China - Participants in the U.S.-China Senior Dialogue (Taken Question)

Question:   Are there officials from other U.S. Government agencies participating in the U.S.-China Senior Dialogue? If so, who and from which agencies.

Answer:   In addition to Deputy Secretary Robert Zoellick and Under Secretary for Economic, Business and Agricultural Affairs Josette Sheeran Shiner, Director of Policy Planning Stephen Krasner, Acting EB Assistant Secretary Larry Greenwood, EAP Senior Adviser James Keith, APEC Senior Official Michael Michalak, National Security Council Senior Director for Asia Michael Green, Council of Economic Advisers Member Dr. Matthew Slaughter, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Treasury David Loevinger, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Energy David Pumphrey, and other officials are participating in the Senior Dialogue and the Economic Development and Reform Dialogue, which met simultaneously.

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Released on December 7, 2005

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