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China’s Sinochem boss hits out at anti-globalisation forces after US puts state firm on watch list

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The chairman of one of China’s largest state-owned multinational conglomerates has said his belief in free trade has been shaken by the fast deteriorating US-China relationship, just days after the Trump administration placed his company on a blacklist that may lead to sanctions.Ning Gaoning, one of the country’s best-known state enterprise executives, said China is now a lead advocate for free trade amid a rising current of anti-globalisation, a far cry from two decades ago when it was pressed…

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The chairman of one of China’s largest state-owned multinational conglomerates has said his belief in free trade has been shaken by the fast deteriorating US-China relationship, just days after the Trump administration placed his company on a blacklist that may lead to sanctions.Ning Gaoning, one of the country’s best-known state enterprise executives, said China is now a lead advocate for free trade amid a rising current of anti-globalisation, a far cry from two decades ago when it was pressed…

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