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China downplays U.S. trade tensions

By Reuters
29 September 2018   |   2:22 pm
The Chinese government's top diplomat Wang Yi said on Friday there was no cause for concern or panic over trade friction between Beijing and Washington, adding that China follows a path to "peaceful" development.

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