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  • Wang Baodong, a spokesman for the Chinese Embassy in Washington, said China would "urge the Commission to take a rational approach towards China and stop issuing such politicized reports that are full of twisted facts and unwarranted allegation."

    Commission calls for reassessment of China policies →

  • "We strongly believe China's trade and financial policies are in line with the international rules and China's obligations, and that they're productive for both China itself and the rest of the world, including the United States," he said.

    Commission calls for reassessment of China policies →

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