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China should ‘show strength’ and address US demands, says leading reformist Li Ruogu

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]A key pro-reform figure in Beijing called on Saturday for meaningful structural changes that address some US demands in the trade war, saying that making concessions would be a sign of strength.Li Ruogu, a former chairman of the Export-Import Bank of China, said this step would be key to de-escalating the trade war between the two sides – which has now dragged on for 17 months – saying:“A consensus is that further reforms and opening up are needed to tackle bilateral and domestic economic…

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A key pro-reform figure in Beijing called on Saturday for meaningful structural changes that address some US demands in the trade war, saying that making concessions would be a sign of strength.Li Ruogu, a former chairman of the Export-Import Bank of China, said this step would be key to de-escalating the trade war between the two sides – which has now dragged on for 17 months – saying:“A consensus is that further reforms and opening up are needed to tackle bilateral and domestic economic…

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