Xi Jinping inspects Siasun Robot and Automation Co. in Shenyang City

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Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, on Wednesday inspected the city of #Shenyang in northeast China’s #Liaoning Province.

#Xi visited the #Siasun #Robot and Automation Co., Ltd to learn about the promotion of scientific and technological innovation in local enterprises.

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