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Davos XI Jinping warns Trump not to launch a...

Translated Thursday 9 February 2017, by Lina Sankari

The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, has used the Forum of the World Economic Forum in Davos (Switzerland) to warn the President-elect of the United States, Donald Trump, against the temptation to lunch a "trade war" in his country. 18/01/2017

The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, has used the Forum of the World Economic Forum in Davos (Switzerland) to warn the President-elect of the United States, Donald Trump, against the temptation to launch a "trade war" in his country. "No one will emerge as the winner", warned the Chinese leader, while Donald Trump clearly accused Beijing of unfair competition during his election campaign. First Chinese head of State to be invited to the Davos forum in fifty years, Xi Jinpin lashed out against implementing customs barriers. "It doesn’t help to blame globalization" for migration, the economic crisis of 2008, or unemployment, added the Number one Communist Chinese, who called for regulations. According to the Chinese leader, globalization is a "double-edged" sword, likely to have negative consequences.

Lina Sankari


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