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China will continue to stand with other developing country members at the WTO no matter how the external environment changes, said Gao Feng, spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce at a briefing on Thursday, when asked to respond to recent comments from Liz Truss, the UK trade secretary, who said China no longer warranted its status as a developing nation at the WTO.
"China will protect the interests of developing members and make more contributions in line with its own capacity," said Gao, adding that China has been safeguarding the multilateral trading system and will oppose unilateralism and protectionism.