China markets regulator says trade war does not benefit U.S. or China
BEIJING, Sept 11 (Reuters) - The head of China's market
regulator said on Tuesday a trade war does not benefit China or
the United States and tensions can only be resolved through
dialogue and negotiation.
Zhang Mao, head of China's State Administration for Market
Regulation, made the remarks during a meeting with Procter &
Gamble President and Chief Executive Officer David Taylor in
Zhang also said China would treat all companies equally,
including foreign firms.
Taylor said Procter & Gamble would continue to increase
investment to provide better products to Chinese consumers.
(Reporting by Beijing Monitoring Desk
Editing by Darren Schuettler)
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