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China’s New Foreign Investment Law Sticks To The Script – Analysis

Eurasia Review Sunday, 18 October 2020 ()
China’s New Foreign Investment Law Sticks To The Script – AnalysisBy Atharva Deshmukh and Pranav Bafna*

The old Chinese saying to cross the river by feeling the stones offers insight into China’s approach to foreign investment and the global economic system. Ever since the high tide of foreign investors hit China in the late 1980s, China has frequently ‘felt the stones’ of...
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