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China & French reach $15b trade agreement

8 Nov 2019 15:58 reported by Jordan Huang

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To save the weak economy from the trade war threaten with the US, China was now turned their sight to the EU and hoped to deepen the cooperation with these countries.

On November 6th, the president of the French had signed an agreement, which worth US$15 billion, with the Chinese president.

The agreement allowed 20 French companies to export their pork, beef, and chicken to China market created a new chapter to both countries' relationships.

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