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MNI BRIEF: China To Keep Building Open And Global Economy

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China wil continue to build an open world-class economy, defend global supply chain stability, promote global balance and focus on resolving income inequaility, President Xi Jinping said at the Boao Forum on Thursday.

China is also against Cold War and mentality and forming rival camps, and opposes the abuse of unilateral sanctions and "long-arm" jurisdiction, Xi said, without directly referring to the U.S. allies' led sanctions on Russia for invading Ukraine.

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China wil continue to build an open world-class economy, defend global supply chain stability, promote global balance and focus on resolving income inequaility, President Xi Jinping said at the Boao Forum on Thursday.

China is also against Cold War and mentality and forming rival camps, and opposes the abuse of unilateral sanctions and "long-arm" jurisdiction, Xi said, without directly referring to the U.S. allies' led sanctions on Russia for invading Ukraine.