US Decoupling From China, China in Denial; CCP Official’s Luxury Mansion Revealed

October 31, 2020   |   Referencing article published by
The United States has accelerated its move to decouple from China this year. It imposed sanctions on some Chinese companies due to national security concerns, and forbid the export of advanced technologies to them.
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