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San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee and Former Chief Financial Officer of California Steven Westley are both rumored to be candidates for the U.S.
Gary Locke’s decision to step down as U.S. ambassador to China has given rise to much speculation among Chinese netizens. The Wall Street Journal
November 21, 2013 9:03 AM
Two years ago, Gary Locke arrived in Beijing as the new U.S. envoy amid scrutiny from Chinese media and netizens. Now, Locke has announced that he
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