Foreign News: The Chinese in Moscow

Red China's Premier and Foreign Minister Chou Enlai, with top military and economic advisers, is going through a round of conferences at the Kremlin. Obviously no one in the West knows what is on the agenda, but Western intelligence men have some educated guesses. The Chinese are almost certainly asking more aid for the Korean war, which is proving a great drain on Red China. Almost 90% of China's trade is now going to Russia and her satellites to pay for war supplies from Peking's allies. Among the things Chou is reportedly asking:


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