GCTL8.com (FocusAsia Media Ltd)

BEIJING, Jan 3 (FAM) – Yu Jianlong, secretary-general of the China Chamber of International Commerce, said Trump is unlikely to have a major impact on China-US trade, much less on China’s overall strength.

The US has taken repeated protectionist measures against China in the past 15 years, he said, but bilateral trade has “by and large” fared well-thanks to the long value chain of Chinese industry and the capability of the world’s second-largest economy to provide for the various needs of the US market.

 

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