China to attend G7 Washington talks

China has accepted an invitation to a working lunch on Friday in Washington of finance ministers and central bank governors of the Group of Seven major industrialised countries, Vice-Finance Minister Li Yong said on Tuesday 20 September.

Li, who was speaking to Reuters after a media briefing, said Finance Minister Jin Renqing and central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan would bring up "wider issues" at the meting.

Chinese officials had said both Jin and Zhou would be travelling to Washington this week

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