Panorama China: Seminar discusses China-Brazil ties

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    China Media Group (CMG) Latin America, together with Band Group (Grupo Bandeirantes) and Radar China, jointly held the seminar “Panorama China – Past, Present and Future” on Friday. The virtual meeting brought together experts from different areas to discuss issues related to China and China-Brazil relations. Experts also sent their best wishes to the Communist Party of China (CPC) on its centenary.

    Sergio Amaral, ambassador and president-emeritus of the Brazil-China Business Council said that, it was under the CPC’s leadership that China embarked on a journey to poverty alleviation and national rejuvenation.

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