The Biden administration is seeking to form a united front with its allies to rein in China, while criticising the country’s human right record and renewing calls for probes into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AFP The Biden administration is seeking to form a united front with its allies to rein in China, while criticising the country’s human right record and renewing calls for probes into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AFP
The Biden administration is seeking to form a united front with its allies to rein in China, while criticising the country’s human right record and renewing calls for probes into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AFP

China urged to set aside ideological differences with West to ‘avoid being isolated’, embrace competition

  • Beijing is currently facing growing pressure from Washington and its allies over trade, investment and technologies, including 5G and semiconductor development
  • Pro-reform speakers at the second Qujiang Forum in Xian, organised by the China Finance 40 Forum think tank, urged Beijing to consider its relations with the West

Topic |   US-China relations
The Biden administration is seeking to form a united front with its allies to rein in China, while criticising the country’s human right record and renewing calls for probes into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AFP The Biden administration is seeking to form a united front with its allies to rein in China, while criticising the country’s human right record and renewing calls for probes into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AFP
The Biden administration is seeking to form a united front with its allies to rein in China, while criticising the country’s human right record and renewing calls for probes into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AFP
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