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With Xi Jinping absent from the G20 summit in New Delhi, Joe Biden and Narendra Modi stepped to the front of the stage with the announcement of an economic corridor to stretch from India, through the Middle East and on to Europe. (Nikkei montage/Source photos by Yusuke Hinata and Ken Kobayashi)
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Analysis: Biden administration detects red flags in Xiconomics

U.S. president says China's economic 'tenet' not working 'at all'

KATSUJI NAKAZAWA, Nikkei senior staff writer | China

U.S. President Joe Biden this past weekend made comments on the Chinese economy that raised eyebrows for the definitive tone.

Xi has "his hands full right now," Biden said during a news conference in Hanoi.

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