Cui Tiankai leaves post as Chinese Ambassador to U.S.

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    China’s longest-serving ambassador to the U.S. is leaving the post. Cui Tiankai has held the position for eight years. His career as the ambassador went through different times as the two countries experienced tensions over trade. John Terrett has the story.

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