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EU leaders discuss trade, Ukraine war with China president Xi

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European leaders met Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing on Thursday for talks dominated by divisions between the bloc and its largest economic partner over everything from trade to the war in Ukraine. As the talks on trade and the war in Ukraine take place in Beijing, expectations remain low as the two parties are divided on both issues.

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