Apple iPhone 13s are on display at an Apple store in Beijing on September 24 last year. Apple surpassed Vivo in October to become the top smartphone brand in China. Photo: Reuters
Apple iPhone 13s are on display at an Apple store in Beijing on September 24 last year. Apple surpassed Vivo in October to become the top smartphone brand in China. Photo: Reuters
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Nicholas Spiro

Is China decoupling from the global economy? Evidence shows otherwise

  • The divergence of China’s economic policies and performance from the rest of the world, particularly the West, has fed the decoupling narrative
  • But global trade and investment flows show the opposite is happening – foreign businesses and funds remain highly invested in Chinese markets

Apple iPhone 13s are on display at an Apple store in Beijing on September 24 last year. Apple surpassed Vivo in October to become the top smartphone brand in China. Photo: Reuters
Apple iPhone 13s are on display at an Apple store in Beijing on September 24 last year. Apple surpassed Vivo in October to become the top smartphone brand in China. Photo: Reuters
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