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By Michael Martina, Alwyn Scott and Eric M. Johnson SEATTLE (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping, facing a skeptical audience on the first day of a week-long U.S. visit, sought to reassure business and government officials on Tuesday over a long list of irritants, from economic reform to cyber attacks, human rights and commercial theft. China will not manipulate its currency to boost exports and will never engage in commercial theft, he said, adding it will not discriminate against foreign businesses, will speed its market opening and make efforts to improve human rights. "If China and the U.S. cooperate well, they can become a bedrock of global stability...," Xi said.