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Topic - Zhu Guangyo
U.S. officials say recent statements by Chinese authorities indicate fear in Beijing that a U.S. government default would endanger China's $1.3 trillion worth of investments in the United States.
"Safeguarding the debt is of vital importance to the economy of the U.S. and the world," he told reporters in Beijing.
"This is the United States' responsibility," Mr. Zhu said, adding that resolving the issue is critical as the Oct. 17 deadline for raising the debt ceiling nears.