WASHINGTON U.S. President Barack Obama announced on Friday that he and Chinese President Xi Jinping had reached a "common understanding" on steps to curb cyber spying and agreed that neither government would conduct economic espionage in cyberspace.
The two leaders also unveiled a deal to build on a landmark emissions agreement struck last year, outlining new steps they will take to deliver on pledges they made then to slash their greenhouse gas emissions.
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