Macron Defends Lack of Trade Deals Inked on Beijing Trip
French President Emmanuel Macron’s three-day visit to China concluded this week after the 40-year-old leader visited several Chinese cities and struck a series of trade deals between French and Chinese companies.
But the amount of these deals is nowhere near the $250 billion inked during U.S. President Donald Trump’s visit in November, leading to disappointment back in France.
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