China’s credit and debit with the rest of the world


There are too many clichés doing the rounds about the powerful Asian locomotive. Countries with highly specialized production, such as Italy, are worried about the devastating impact of Chinese imports, while others such as the U.K. and the Scandinavian countries want low-cost products to keep prices on hold.

There are too many clichés doing the rounds about the powerful Asian locomotive. Countries with highly specialized production, such as Italy, are worried about the devastating impact of Chinese imports, while others such as the U.K. and the Scandinavian countries want low-cost products to keep prices on hold.

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