The China-Eurasia Expo, a flagship event slated to take place in Xinjiang's capital Urumqi, has emerged as Beijing's platform to bolster the region's trade ties amid ongoing scrutiny. From oil and gas to renewable energy, the Expo aims to cast a spotlight on the region's offerings.

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