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China demands 'fighting spirit' from diplomats as trade war, Hong Kong protests simmer

Reuters Wednesday, 4 December 2019
Chinese diplomats have been instructed to promote Beijing's view more aggressively as the country grapples with the trade war with the United States, anti-government protests in Hong Kong and other crises that could dent its image.
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