Xi’s $24 trillion promise to the world

“All businesses registered in China will be treated as equal”

China's President Xi Jinping talks to Vietnam's Communist Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong at the Central Communist Party Office in Hanoi

Xi Jinping offers encouragement to foreign firms during an address to regional leaders at an APEC summit in Vietnam last Friday. He said that China would import $24 trillion in goods over the next 15 years and invited the region’s nations to “board China’s express train of development”.

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