Chinese president Xi Jinping will travel to Seattle on Tuesday for the start of his first state visit to the United States. He would be going to Washington to meet President Obama and concluding his trip in New York a week later. While officials from both countries will examine thorny issues ranging from cybersecurity to the South China Sea, Xi's main mission should be to reassure investors that China's economy is stable and open for business.
Stephen Orlins, head of National Committee on United States-China Relations, who co-hosted October dinner for Xi in Seattle before his US state visit in Washington in September
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