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【CRI】Wang Huiyao: Diversification is always the best strategy

Wednesday,Jul 11, 2018

【CRI Radio | Dr. Wang talks about US tariffs 】

The Chinese side has just unveiled new measures to offset the side effects of the trade friction with the United States. For example, to help the targeted companies, and also to encourage them to diversify import sources, especially when it come to soybeans. The CRI studio invited Wang Huiyao, president of the Center for China and Globalization (CCG), to share his opinions about the general impacts of the trade friction.

 

From CRI,2018-7-11

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