The coronavirus pandemic that has been rocking China since December 2019 is a resilience test for the country’s national economy. To what extent has the pandemic affected China's strategy of international engagement? Which vectors will the China-USA competition adopt in the near future after tariffs and technology? Will the Health and Technology Silk Roads take the upper hand?
This is the second of the two-event series China after COVID-19: Economic Revival and Challenges to the World aiming to present some preliminary insights from the annual edited book on China ahead of the publication in May 2021.
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The event will be also streamed live on the ISPI's Facebook page and YouTube channel. Follow us on Twitter @ispionline #ChinaAfterCovid19
The first event of this series, China after COVID-19: Which Re-Opening After the Lockdown? was held online on March 16 at 2:00 pm CET.
The initiative is organized with the support of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, in accordance with Article 23- bis of the Decree of the President of the Italian Republic 18/1967.