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China will provide a $32 million grant to the Afghanistan government for 2013.
Beijing sees the talks as the best way to defuse any crisis on the Korean Peninsula.
Meeting at the White House, the two leaders also discussed their civilian nuclear power agreement.
The new bill will ensure that buyers pay four times the market value for land earmarked for infrastructure projects.
Two human rights groups have challenged the official death toll of the protests in Sudan.
Both sides have fixed a bilateral trade target of $100 billion by 2015.
An IMF official has said recent speculation about Brazil’s economic crisis is exaggerated.
The ministers reiterated that there is no military solution to the Syrian conflict.
The ATT is the first international treaty seeking to regulate the $70 billion global trade in conventional weapons.
Environment protection is the ultimate test this new administration will have to face, writes a Greenpeace campaigner.