Citing people familiar with the matter, Reuters recently reported that Chinese officials would meet with representatives from Wall Street firms to find ways to improve ties with the United States in a day-long meeting in Beijing on Sunday.
"The meeting will be chaired by Zhou Xiaochuan, former governor of the People’s Bank of China, and John Thornton, ex-president of Goldman Sachs. Attendees will also meet with Chinese vice-president Wang Qishan on Monday morning after the full-day Sunday session," Reuters added.
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