BEIJING (Reuters) - China's president, Xi Jinping, told visiting U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew that China and the United States should strengthen policy coordination during their respective reform and restructuring processes, state media reported on Friday. Xi also told Lew that China will "push forward reform with greater impetus" to maintain healthy economic growth, Xinhua said. Lew met Xi and other Chinese leaders during a week-long trip to Asia. (Reporting by Jonathan Standing; Editing by Jacqueline Wong)
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