José Luis Centella: Chinese people have worked as an engine of development amid pandemic

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José Luis Centella, the president of the Communist Party of Spain, praised the contributions made by the Communist Party of China (CPC) to the global economic recovery amid the COVID-19 pandemic. He noted that Chinese people have worked as an engine of development.

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