Xi Makes First Public Appearance After Overseas Trip

Xi makes first public appearance after overseas trip

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Chinese President Xi Jinping made his public appearance after he returned to Beijing on Sept. 16 following his first foreign trip in more than two years. Meanwhile, Morgan Stanley is the latest big investment bank to predict China will likely ease Covid restrictions by spring next year. Stephen Engle reports on Bloomberg Television.

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