Students play volleyball during a summer programme in Huaying city, Sichuan province. Low fertility rates have made reducing the cost of raising children a priority for Beijing, in the interest of China’s long-term development. Photo: Xinhua
Students play volleyball during a summer programme in Huaying city, Sichuan province. Low fertility rates have made reducing the cost of raising children a priority for Beijing, in the interest of China’s long-term development. Photo: Xinhua
Winston Mok
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Winston Mok

How US-China rivalry shapes the regulatory crackdown in both countries

  • While both are driven by different domestic concerns, neither can ignore the geopolitical impact of their regulation of corporate giants
  • Such international interactions can drive the rapid evolution and even sudden turns of regulations in the US and China, and investors must remain alert

Students play volleyball during a summer programme in Huaying city, Sichuan province. Low fertility rates have made reducing the cost of raising children a priority for Beijing, in the interest of China’s long-term development. Photo: Xinhua
Students play volleyball during a summer programme in Huaying city, Sichuan province. Low fertility rates have made reducing the cost of raising children a priority for Beijing, in the interest of China’s long-term development. Photo: Xinhua
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