Focusing less on growth and more on new priorities that align it with many of the Western nations it aims to compete with, China is transitioning to another stage of development even as it continues to engage in global trade disputes.
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The COVID-19 lockdown in Shanghai is impacting China’s energy and commodity markets, along with the country’s overall economic growth. The lockdown also has the potential to extend global supply chain disruptions.Read the Research