Xi encourages Shaxian snacks to further grow for rural revitalization

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Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday encouraged Shaxian snacks to further grow and contribute to the country’s urbanization and rural revitalization.

Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, visited Yubang Village, Shaxian District of Sanming City during an inspection tour of east China’s Fujian Province.

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