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China’s WTO membership reshaped the country and global supply chains, but progress belies a future rife with uncertainty

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]From their various vantage points in major trade hubs, three businessmen have had front-row seats to China’s economic ascension since it joined the World Trade Organization in 2001.And the 20-year journey has been a lucrative one for Li Yixin, a Shanghai-based independent investor in his forties; Liu Kaiming, a Shenzhen-based supply-chain specialist; and Chai Kwong-wah, 72, from Hong Kong.But as the coming years almost certainly look to be filled with more political and economic tensions and…

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From their various vantage points in major trade hubs, three businessmen have had front-row seats to China’s economic ascension since it joined the World Trade Organization in 2001.And the 20-year journey has been a lucrative one for Li Yixin, a Shanghai-based independent investor in his forties; Liu Kaiming, a Shenzhen-based supply-chain specialist; and Chai Kwong-wah, 72, from Hong Kong.But as the coming years almost certainly look to be filled with more political and economic tensions and…

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