SCO to expand trade in national currencies
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China-led SCO bloc agrees to expand trade in national currencies.
The leaders of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) agreed on Friday to take steps to increase the use of national currencies in trade between their countries, according to a joint declaration adopted on Friday.
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Mr. Wang also announced to increase imports from Africa, support the greater development of Africa's agricultural and manufacturing sectors, and expand cooperation in emerging industries.
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