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CGTN | Wang Huiyao discusses US China trade tensions

Thursday,Jan 18, 2018

The China Development Forum is being held amidst a U.S.-China trade confrontation. Gathered at the Beijing event are business and economics experts from across the globe. Wang Huiyao, president of Center for China Globalization, discusses with CGTN’s Wang Guan.

 

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