BizBeat Ep.81: The United States must respect China’s core interests

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China’s foreign minister, Wang Yi, said the key point to keep the dialogue between China and the United States going is that the U.S. needs to respect China’s core interests. China, as a responsible global power, is more willing to cooperate with the international community to realize a bright future on the basis of prosperity and mutual respect. CGTN’s Michael Wang interprets what mutual respect means in China-U.S. relations.

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