China-US trade war: New Chinese law seeks to address concerns

Chinese parliament endorses a foreign investment law aimed at creating a transparent environment for foreign companies.

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    China's economic slowdown and the ongoing trade war with the United States topped the agenda of Chinese legislators who gathered in Beijing.

    They endorsed a foreign investment law in the Chinese parliament aimed at appeasing the concerns of trading partners in Washington and elsewhere.

    Al Jazeera’s Adrian Brown reports from the Chinese capital.


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