Xinhua: China Will Not "Rescue" Europe

January 2012
Chinascope;Jan/Feb2012, Issue 55, p41
The article reports on the statement issued by Chinese Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Fu Ying in which he said that China will not rescue Europe from the debt crisis because the region has a stronger economic power and higher living standards than developing countries.


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