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Aidan Yao says it is only natural that Beijing would strike back should Washington impose its next round of threatened tariffs, but it can also be expected to proceed with domestic reforms and a further opening of its market to outside investors, which may ultimately be to its benefit

The three ways China will respond to America’s next tariffs

It is only natural that Beijing would strike back should Washington go ahead with the next round of tariffs, but it can also be expected to proceed with domestic reforms and further opening of its market to outside investors, which may ultimately be to its benefit.

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