Liz Truss speaks at a hustings event, part of the Conservative party leadership campaign, in Norwich, Britain, August 25, 2022. Analysts expect Truss may closely follow Washington’s China strategy Photo: Reuters
Liz Truss speaks at a hustings event, part of the Conservative party leadership campaign, in Norwich, Britain, August 25, 2022. Analysts expect Truss may closely follow Washington’s China strategy Photo: Reuters

UK relations with China unlikely to improve under new PM Liz Truss, analysts say

  • Analysts expect Britain to follow US lead on China policy, despite leadership change
  • Amid economic challenges at home and strained China relations, Truss will have her work cut out for her, experts say

Liz Truss speaks at a hustings event, part of the Conservative party leadership campaign, in Norwich, Britain, August 25, 2022. Analysts expect Truss may closely follow Washington’s China strategy Photo: Reuters
Liz Truss speaks at a hustings event, part of the Conservative party leadership campaign, in Norwich, Britain, August 25, 2022. Analysts expect Truss may closely follow Washington’s China strategy Photo: Reuters
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