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China's Global Impact: The Business Exposures and Economic Implications of a Globalizing China


August 2017 | Research Report

China’s impact on global business is significant and growing. Its economy, the world’s second-largest, is deeply and substantively connected with global trade, investment, production, and financial networks. Many business leaders intuitively grasp, and continually assess, their business exposures related to market, economic, or political conditions or unfolding events inside China itself. Rarely do they assess China’s probable and plausible impacts on the global economy and the business environment, both inside and outside China. This report attempts to close that gap and better position organizations to be more agile in their response to China geo-economic exposures. 



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