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China import expo to go ahead despite trade tensions, lingering coronavirus uncertainty

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Beijing is ramping up publicity for its third annual China International Import Expo (CIIE), as the country seeks to promote itself as a defender of free trade and linchpin for global economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.Despite growing tensions with major trading partners and ongoing economic uncertainty triggered by the pandemic, China is pushing ahead with the physical event in Shanghai from November 5-10.The expo, which began in 2018 as China was locked in a trade war with the…

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Beijing is ramping up publicity for its third annual China International Import Expo (CIIE), as the country seeks to promote itself as a defender of free trade and linchpin for global economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.Despite growing tensions with major trading partners and ongoing economic uncertainty triggered by the pandemic, China is pushing ahead with the physical event in Shanghai from November 5-10.The expo, which began in 2018 as China was locked in a trade war with the…

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