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China rejects accusations of distorting market order

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China rejects accusations of distorting market order

Beijing, Mar 30 (Prensa Latina) China on Wednesday rejected accusations by the United States about an alleged distortion of the market order, and demanded that Washington stop promoting protectionism, harassing international companies and applying extraterritorial measures.
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The Foreign Ministry emphasized that Beijing is an advocate of trade liberalization and facilitation, is committed to constant openness, and has always respected global rules in trade.

It called on Washington to abandon its attitude of generalizing the concept of national security, taking advantage of its technological advantages and financial hegemony as tools for oppressing foreign companies.

The Foreign Ministry demanded an end to unilateral harassment and extraterritorial practices, considering them contrary to the laws of the market and economic and commercial operations in the world.

It also ratified China’s willingness to promote the stable and healthy development of trade relations in the international community.

These statements were in response to remarks by US Trade Representative Katherine Tai, who even threatened to put more pressure on China to change its behavior.

“We cannot sit (…) and wait for China to make a decision. We will have to turn the page,” she noted.

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