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China continues to sweet-talk foreign firms, but business groups ‘need something solid’

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Beijing has doubled down on its charm offensive to convince foreign businesses to stay in China, as the central government struggles to protect the nation’s role in global value chains amid continued threats by US President Donald Trump to cut bilateral economic ties.On Tuesday, Vice-Premier Hu Chunhua held talks with foreign business delegates, assuring them that China will reduce market barriers and create a better business environment, according to the official Xinhua news agency.“China will…

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Beijing has doubled down on its charm offensive to convince foreign businesses to stay in China, as the central government struggles to protect the nation’s role in global value chains amid continued threats by US President Donald Trump to cut bilateral economic ties.On Tuesday, Vice-Premier Hu Chunhua held talks with foreign business delegates, assuring them that China will reduce market barriers and create a better business environment, according to the official Xinhua news agency.“China will…

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