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China in 2018: What Hangs in the Balance?

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Jan 18, 2018

On January 18, 2018, the Warton School, the University of Pennsylvania, released an article on how China under President Xi Jinping has proven wrong its critics in the past year with strong economic growth, leadership in combating climate change and clean energy, and implementation of its “One Belt, One Road” initiative that could be a trade game changer.

And while there should be more momentum in the year ahead, the country could continue to see trade conflicts with the U.S., as well as potential social unrest, experts say.

Review the full article on Warton's website.

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