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Coronavirus: China risks being left out of new global economic order, Beijing’s former trade chief warns

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China could face isolation from the global economic order post-coronavirus, warned Beijing’s former chief trade negotiator Long Yongtu, who shepherded the country into the World Trade Organisation in 2001.Long’s warning adds to a chorus of influential domestic voices who are increasingly concerned about the geopolitical isolation that could stem from fallout from the pandemic.As more countries follow the United States in criticising China for its handling of the virus, doubts are growing as to…

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China could face isolation from the global economic order post-coronavirus, warned Beijing’s former chief trade negotiator Long Yongtu, who shepherded the country into the World Trade Organisation in 2001.Long’s warning adds to a chorus of influential domestic voices who are increasingly concerned about the geopolitical isolation that could stem from fallout from the pandemic.As more countries follow the United States in criticising China for its handling of the virus, doubts are growing as to…

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