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Protectionism May Be Rising Around The World, But In China It Never Went Away

It has become commonplace to talk about a rise in protectionism around the world, not least because it is true; protectionism is rising. Anti-dumping tariffs on steel, for example, have been imposed in the US, Australia, India and the EU. And althoughthe tariffs imposed affect the produce of several exporters, [...]
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