By Lucy Hornby HANGZHOU, China, Oct 29 (Reuters) - China and the United States kicked off an annual trade meeting on Thursday with both sides reiterating calls against protectionism, against a backdrop of friction over trade and the value of their currencies. The annual Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade meeting, held in a garden compound in the lakeside city of Hangzhou, comes just a few weeks before U.S. president Barack Obama's first official trip to China. The meeting between ...
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