What are China’s three proposals to counter global uncertainty?

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As the Chinese saying goes, “The Universal Way leads to the greater good of all.” Peace and development are the theme of our times. They are the unstoppable trend of history. Given the challenges facing humankind, countries need to strengthen solidarity, not create estrangement; they need to advance cooperation, not provoke conflicts. Let us join hands to build a community with a shared future for mankind and bring greater benefit to people of our world.

This is one episode in CGTN’s special series, “How China Works,” to discover China’s governance philosophy. #CPC100 #HowChinaWorks

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