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China willing to reach agreement with U.S.: Vice Premier Liu He

Reuters Thursday, 10 October 2019
Chinese Vice Premier Liu He said on Thursday that China is willing to reach agreement with the United States on matters that both sides care about so as to prevent friction from leading to any further escalation, the state news agency Xinhua reported.
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