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Senior China diplomat urges U.S. to meet China halfway, improve relations

Reuters Friday, 22 November 2019
Senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi said on Friday the United States should meet China halfway and promote a healthy and stable development of bilateral relations, as the countries continue to clash on multiple fronts including trade and South China Sea.
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