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China doesn’t appear to want an economic fight

The trade sanctions introduced by China on Taiwan in retaliation for the visit of Nancy Pelosi are small in scope rather than serious efforts to force Taipei to shift course. China is constrained in the economic pressure it can exert unless it is willing to suffer some economic cost itself. So far it doesn’t seem to be.

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