Biden tells Asia-Pacific leaders that US ‘not going anywhere’ as it looks to build economic ties


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Colleen Long And Aamer Madhani, The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - President Joe Biden on Thursday made America's case to national leaders and CEOs attending the Asia-Pacific summit that the United States is committed to high standards in trade and to partnerships that will benefit economies across the Pacific. “We're not going anywhere,” he declared. Fresh off his meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Biden also told business leaders that the U.S. was “de-risking and diversifying” but not “decoupling.” from Beijing. But he did not mince words in suggesting the U.S. and friends in the Pacific could offer businesses...