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Book review: China's de-risking strategy

Xi Jinping's economic policy approach has implications for multinationals

"Xi seeks a China separate from the world and yet connected with it," write Andrew Cainey and Christiane Prange in "Xiconomics."   © Reuters

Over the past few years, the West has pursued a de-risking strategy in its economic relations with China.

At the same time, ever since the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump imposed high tariffs on Chinese exports in 2018, Beijing has hewed to a de-risking policy of its own.

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