China has embraced an inward-facing economic strategy, known as dual circulation, that President Xi Jinping said will help the country rely less on the outside world. Photo: Xinhua China has embraced an inward-facing economic strategy, known as dual circulation, that President Xi Jinping said will help the country rely less on the outside world. Photo: Xinhua
China has embraced an inward-facing economic strategy, known as dual circulation, that President Xi Jinping said will help the country rely less on the outside world. Photo: Xinhua
Zhou Xin
Opinion

Opinion

Zhou Xin

Xi Jinping’s grand economic strategy was born out of China’s new perception of the world

  • China’s dual-circulation policy, with a greater focus on domestic consumption and production, has paid off in the short term but will continue to be tested
  • Disruptions in cross-border trade flows prompted a strategic economic rethink at the highest level

China has embraced an inward-facing economic strategy, known as dual circulation, that President Xi Jinping said will help the country rely less on the outside world. Photo: Xinhua China has embraced an inward-facing economic strategy, known as dual circulation, that President Xi Jinping said will help the country rely less on the outside world. Photo: Xinhua
China has embraced an inward-facing economic strategy, known as dual circulation, that President Xi Jinping said will help the country rely less on the outside world. Photo: Xinhua
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Zhou Xin

Zhou Xin

Zhou Xin co-leads the political economy team at the Post. He mainly covers economic stories but also writes about Chinese politics and diplomacy. He has previously worked for Reuters and Bloomberg in Beijing.