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China muted on Huawei retaliation, Australia dispute amid ‘unprecedented’ trade challenges

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China will not see an exodus of foreign companies from the country following the coronavirus pandemic as no “smart entrepreneurs” would abandon a market of 1.4 billion consumers, the nation’s commerce minister said on Monday.Zhong Shan told a press conference in Beijing that China has “very obvious” appeal for foreign investors, including “abundant and high-quality labour resources” and “complete industrial supporting capabilities”.His comments come as countries and companies begin to reassess…

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China will not see an exodus of foreign companies from the country following the coronavirus pandemic as no “smart entrepreneurs” would abandon a market of 1.4 billion consumers, the nation’s commerce minister said on Monday.Zhong Shan told a press conference in Beijing that China has “very obvious” appeal for foreign investors, including “abundant and high-quality labour resources” and “complete industrial supporting capabilities”.His comments come as countries and companies begin to reassess…

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