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CSPAN
May 27, 2015 12:56am EDT
secretary henry paulson has written a book dealing with china about the negotiations of opening the trade. he talked about china and its transition to capitalism with the news correspondent. from the national press club in washington, d.c., this is 40 minutes. [applause] >> thank you all for being here and being patient. the president scheduled a news conference and i was anchoring the coverage so i jumped in the car and i raced here as soon as i could. i was speaking about something very relevant to what you have worked so hard on. we put the country on a footing for the future, this country and the world, so i just wanted to say that it's a privilege for me to be here with someone who is writing about his perspective as a policymaker with his long experience in china but actually had more than 100 visits going back years and years as the ceo of goldman who brings the perspective together as we assess our greatest economic rival. secretary paulson thank you for being here it is a privilege. >> it's my pleasure to be interviewed by you because i've admired the job you've done for a long t
CSPAN
Dec 30, 2015 1:25am EST
about the book in the broader economic context of china and just a word about hank paulson. i know something about policymakers behind the scenes and i don't think anyone went through a stressful it period as treasury secretary as you did and put this country on a footing for the future, this country in the world. i just wanted to say it's a privilege for me to be here was someone who is writing here about his effectiveness and as a policymaker in his long experience with and dad with 100 visits to china going back to the cls goldmans. with the of the private sector and the public sector together as he assessed the greatest economic rival and the bankers who until recently believed the banker of u.s. debt. secretary paulson thank you very much for being here. >> andrea, thank you. it's my great pleasure to be here with you because i have a mired the job you have done for a long time and i think you will for being here. i'm looking forward to the conversation. >> "on the brink" is a fascinating insight -- "dealing with china" is a fascinating insight. the president tried to explain
CSPAN
May 2, 2015 9:15pm EDT
very relevant i want to do talk about the book gives the broader context of china but i know something about the threat of policy makers behind the scenes and i don't think could anyone with there as stressful a period of treasury secretary as you did to put the country of the footing for the future. i want to say it is a privilege to be here with someone who writes about his perspective as the policy maker but actually had more than 100 visits to china as the ceo of goldman sachs from the private and public sector together to have the effect of the greatest economic rival in the lead banker of u.s. debt thank you for being here. >> it is my pleasure to be interviewed buy you i have acquired your job for a long time and thanks for the year. i am looking forward to the conversation. >> china is a fascinating insight. now at his news conference he tries to explain the trans-pacific partnership with the opposition from a minority leader chuck schumer so with the democratic party is divided it will be a big election-year issue and he tries with the argument that it is not anythin
CSPAN
May 26, 2015 9:30pm EDT
with china about the negotiations of opening the economy to international trade. he talked about china and the transition to capitalism with nbc news correspondent andrea mitchell. from the national press club this is 40 minutes. >> thank you all for being here. the president scheduled a news conference and i had the coverage so i jumped in the car and raced here as soon as i could. speaking about something very relevant to what you have worked so hard i want to talk about the broad economic context of china and just a word about pink paulson, i knew about the stress of policymakers behind the scenes and i don't think that anyone went through as stressful a period as you did and put this country on a footing for the future, this country and the world so i just wanted to say that it's a privilege to be here with someone writing about his perspective as a policymaker with his experience in china but also who have more than a hundred visits going back years and years as the ceo of goldman and brings the perspective of the private sector and public sector together as we assess our gr
CSPAN
Dec 30, 2015 5:40am EST
china and the word about hank paulson. i know something about the stress and policymakers behind-the-scenes. i don't think anyone put this country on a footing for the future. writing here about his perspective is a policy maker with his long experience in china. the hundred visits going back years and years. and so the perspective from the private and public sector come together as we assess our greatest economic rivals in the banker, and until very recently banker of uss. secretary paulson, thank you for being here. >> thank you. it is my great pleasure to be here. i thank you all for being here and for waiting. i waiting. i am looking forward to the conversation. >> dealing with china is a fascinating insight. the president's news conference trying to explain the transpacific partnership , the fast-track that he has just gone with divided democratic support and opposition from the incoming democratic minority leader chuck schumer. the democratic party is divided and it will be a big election-year issue. he was trying to make the argument that fast-track authority is not anything o
CSPAN
May 3, 2015 8:45am EDT
the creation evolution and future of china's capitalist system. [applause] >> thank you all for being here and for being patient. the president scheduled a news conference and i was anchoring our coverage. so i jumped in the car and raced here as soon as i could. again, thank you very much. speaking about something relevant to what you have worked so hard on. i want to talk about the book in the broader economic context of china and just a word about hank paulson. i know something about the stress of policymakers behind the scenes. i don't think anyone who went through a stressful day. as treasury secretary as you did. and put this country on a footing for the future, for this country and the world. i want to say it is a privilege for me to be here with someone who is writing here about his domestic policy maker for his long experience in china, but actually have had more than 100 as this is to china going back years and years as the ceo of gold and so the perspective from the private sector and the public sector together as we assess our latest economic rival in the banker until very
CSPAN
May 9, 2015 10:55pm EDT
benefit that this is provided for china and everyone else there. so i think that is important. i think putting more emphasis on asia is very important. to step back even further because this book is about dealing with china and i wrote it because i think this is such an important bilateral relationship and i think that every major global issue or at least most of them are going to be easier to solve if we are working in a complementary way with china, and more difficult if we are not. this relationship is becoming more complex and difficult because they are increasingly our competitor so it's hugely important in the areas where we have a shared interest whether environmental issues, climate change and i bring that up. this administration has done a great job there and it was an historic agreement. we can't begin to solve this problem unless china is a big part of it. they are by far the biggest emitter of carbon emissions and the fact that the u.s. working with china is very important. the upcoming summit i think a test to the importance of that relationship. so i think the issue with
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