Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said on Wednesday that the US city expects more bilateral trade and investment with China in the coming five years, as foreign media reported that the personal goal of his visit to Beijing was to preserve a $1.3 billion contract amid China-US trade tensions.


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