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China and US find common ground over cybersecurity disputes

China and the US have agreed to a framework on managing their cybersecurity disputes at the highest-level talks on the issue since the leaders of the two nations sat down in September, Beijing said on Wednesday.

The discussions in Washington had yielded “positive outcomes”, the Ministry of Public Security said, including an understanding that quick communication after perceived attacks was critical.

Ministry chief Guo Shengkun met Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and US Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Tuesday, according to a brief official statement from the Chinese side.

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