Clinton: Washington was confident of the ability of Europe to overcome its crisis

4.2.2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add Comment - Munich (Germany) (Reuters) The United States voiced confidence on Saturday in the ability of Europe to solve its financial crisis and said the two sides work closely together to support the recovering economic and anti-state capitalism and trade protection . spoke of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during the Munich Conference on Security trying to reassure European countries that the United States will not give her back to the continent, despite the policy of the administration of President Barack Obama's stated approach towards Asia. and returned the Clinton reaffirmed the U.S. commitment to Europe. "I have heard many questions about site of Europe in the U.S. strategy global. and I heard some doubts. But the truth is most clearly be .. Europe has been and will partner first for America. "We are confident that Europe has the will and the possibilities not to reduce its debt and building protection measures required, but also growth and the restoration of liquidity and market confidence . " did not mention Clinton by name but states her remarks seemed aimed at China, threats to the competitiveness of Europe and the United States government-backed companies and trade protection and the violation of intellectual property rights. "I often face the U.S. and European companies unfair practices .. Such as favoring state-owned companies, trade barriers and restrictions on investment and rampant theft of intellectual property rights. "Together, America and Europe need to establish the principle of respect for all nations to the rules of fair competition."

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