Why is Xi Jinping pitting China against the world?
Earlier this week, Chinese leader Xi Jinping held a rare meeting in Beijing with business leaders. Admitting that the Covid-19 pandemic had a “huge impact” on the country’s economy, Xi used a Chinese idiom to assure his listeners. “While the green hills last, there will be wood to burn,” he said....
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