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China Says The US Is Trying To Block Its Economic Development

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China Says The US Is Trying To Block Its Economic Development

China Says The US Is Trying To Block Its Economic Development

A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said the U.S. is using &quot;political means&quot; to interfere with economic activity.

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A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said the U.S. is using "political means" to interfere with economic activity.

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