iterate its commi上海419品茶微信tment to international cooperation, oppose protectionism and

preserve the stability of the existing international economic order, said Zhou Fangyin, a senior researcher

of international relations at the Guangdong Institute for International Strategies.

Global leaders from economies that represent over 80 percent of the w

orld’s GDP will gather in Osaka later this week to discuss such issues as the global eco

nomy, trade and investment, innovation, the environment, energy and employment.

The summit comes amid growing concerns that trade friction between China and the US threatens global economic growth.

“China strives to expand economic and trade partnerships via multilateral trading platforms or regional economic cooper

ation mechanisms, which, to some degree, help boost confidence in the international community,” Zhou said.

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