President Xi comes in Argentina for G20 summit, condition visit





Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Argentina’s Buenos Aires for the future G20 summit and condition visit on Friday. For the duration of the summit, world wide leaders are envisioned to tackle escalating trade stress, rising protectionism and unilateralism. President Xi will also hold bilateral conferences with his Argentine counterpart Mauricio Macri.

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23 Comments

  1. OK, just some fun facts:
    China GDP: 12 trillion/year
    U.S. GDP: 19 trillion/year
    China Per Capita GDP: $8,000 per person per year
    U.S. Per Capita GDP $62,000 per person per year
    Of the 21 trillion in U.S. debt, we owe 2/3 ($14 trillion) to ourselves through the Federal Reserve.
    Of the other $7 trillion China only owns about $1.5 trillion… so no, China doesn't own the U.S. Far from it, they don't own enough to buy even the smallest state let alone tell the U.S. what to do. Just thought I would set the record straight for anyone wanting to spread lies and misinformation about the U.S. and China.
    Ta Ta!

  2. Argentina's honor guards have beautiful uniforms, while the U.S. honor guards have ugly, modern uniforms. Americans should also have guards dressed in colonial uniforms from the George Washington's era.

  3. Thanks for Argentina! We are now facing great pressure from USA. But we don't want to easily give in!! Although we are still developing country, we seek for peace and open environment.

  4. 习大大这次来访 凸显了什么叫实力 法国总统来的时候无有接见和接待 最后只来了一个坐着轮椅的官员来接待 这就是差距!中国加油

  5. "We must take strong defensive actions to protect America's leadership in technology and innovation against the unprecedented threat posed by China's theft of our intellectual property, the forced transfer of American technology and its cyber attacks on our computer networks,"

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  6. During the summit, global leaders are expected to tackle escalating trade tension, rising protectionism and unilateralism…great leaders together again especially saudia arabia also participating and his tension with USA bit lessens and all others of G20 Canada, Australia, UK, Turkey all leaders will definitely participate in all issues these countries facing ……..IMF chief also play her great role.

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