Aiming at documentary “Deadly China”, the director of the US National Trade Commission Navarre, blames China’s decline on the steel industry. Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying stated at the regular press conference on the 19th that in the current situation, the neighboring country will To let the bullets fly wild is by no means a useful and effective way to solve the problem, and it is by no means constructive.
A reporter asked: The United States has decided to impose restrictions on imported steel and aluminum products. We have noticed recently that Navarro, director of the US National Trade Commission, has indicated that a U.S. steel company has paid 1 million U.S. dollars to shoot the documentary "Deadly China," which attributed the decline of the U.S. steel industry to China. Some commentators questioned Navarro’s use of interest group sponsorship to shoot a film supporting his own political views. At present, the FBI is investigating the case. How does China view this?
“I also saw related reports. I don’t want to comment on the content of the relevant reports.” Hua Chunying pointed out: “On the issue of the US decision to impose restrictions on imported steel and aluminum products, the spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce of China and I Colleagues have clearly stated China’s position on many occasions.”
Hua Chunying emphasized that in the current situation, using neighbors as a blaSPHEmy and letting the bullets fly in an indiscriminate manner is by no means a beneficial and effective way to solve the problem, and it is by no means constructive. It is hoped that all parties can calmly sit down, negotiate and communicate, and solve problems in a manner that conforms to WTO rules and market economic rules, and jointly maintain a normal international trade order. This is in the best interest of the parties and the international community.