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(From The Daily Telegraph)
Byline: David Rennie in Washington
PRESIDENT Bush and his Chinese counterpart, Jiang Zemin, last night held a summit that Beijing had hoped would be largely a propaganda spectacular but which was dominated by the menace of North Korea's newly-revealed nuclear weapons programme.
Mr Jiang, who will give up most of his official titles in coming months but intends to maintain influence behind the scenes, travelled to Mr Bush's ranch in Texas for a family barbecue, a tour of the property and brief talks.
Mr Jiang arrived more than 30 minutes late, leaving Mr Bush fidgeting on his doorstep and looking at his watch. "We …