Footage of US president-elect Joe Biden is broadcast at a department store in Beijing. Photo: Reuters Footage of US president-elect Joe Biden is broadcast at a department store in Beijing. Photo: Reuters
Footage of US president-elect Joe Biden is broadcast at a department store in Beijing. Photo: Reuters

Joe Biden could be biggest risk to Chinese economy next year if he puts sanctions on certain industries, says leading economist

  • Former central bank adviser David Li says president-elect may continue hardline approach by targeting certain sectors
  • Li also says planners must consider prospect that Donald Trump will make a comeback in four years’ time

Topic |   US-China relations
Footage of US president-elect Joe Biden is broadcast at a department store in Beijing. Photo: Reuters Footage of US president-elect Joe Biden is broadcast at a department store in Beijing. Photo: Reuters
Footage of US president-elect Joe Biden is broadcast at a department store in Beijing. Photo: Reuters
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