China’s Xi Slams Sanctions for ‘Weaponizing’ World Economy at BRICS

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Chinese President Xi Jinping criticized sanctions for stoking global economic pain at the start of this year’s BRICS summit held online. Separately, Xi chaired a meeting Wednesday that approved promoting the “healthy” development of the payment and fintech sectors. John Liu reports on Bloomberg Television.

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