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China Voice: Finger pointing futile in China-U.S. cyber security co-op

BEIJING, Dec. 3 (Xinhua) — Cybercrime: A much-debated subject between the world’s two largest economies.

The thorny issue of cyber security has held China-U.S. ties back from reaching their full potential. The seemingly-constant war of words has featured much mud slinging from the United States, which has thrown about accusations of China-sponsored online espionage and Beijing-backed theft of commercial secrets, but failed to provide any concrete evidence.

With the butting of heads over this topic providing the backdrop to the first round of China-U.S. ministerial dialogue on fighting cyber crimes this week in Washington, all involved were upbeat when the event was smoother and more productive than expected. Both sides brought their accumulated experience of handling issues and managing disputes to the table, and agreed to use past experiences to strengthen bilateral relations.

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