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China tells US businesses they’re still welcome in country

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China has stepped up its efforts to reassure American businesses, saying that Beijing still welcomes their presence in the country.Last week the vice-minister for commerce Wang Shouwen took part in an online symposium with delegates from members of the American Chamber of Commerce, including General Motors, Intel and Starbucks.“Currently China-US relations are facing a complex and grim situation,” Wang said, according to a statement published by the ministry on Friday.“We hope the US business…

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China has stepped up its efforts to reassure American businesses, saying that Beijing still welcomes their presence in the country.Last week the vice-minister for commerce Wang Shouwen took part in an online symposium with delegates from members of the American Chamber of Commerce, including General Motors, Intel and Starbucks.“Currently China-US relations are facing a complex and grim situation,” Wang said, according to a statement published by the ministry on Friday.“We hope the US business…

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