As the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) celebrates its centennial anniverary this year, how do China’s leaders view the world? Can foreign businesses, post-COVID-19, continue to thrive in a country that on the one hand is responsible for such a large share of current and future economic growth, but on the other hand actively pursues policies of self-reliance? And as the European public and politicians grow more critical of China’s human rights record, will continuing to do business with China hurt their interests at home?
To answer these questions, HCSS Strategic Analyst Joris Teer will be talking to David Rennie, Beijing Bureau Chief at The Economist.
This podcast was recorded on the 20th of May 2021.