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China Monitor: Xi tightens ship – with implications for foreign firms and investors

Overview

China's new national security law, combined with the continuing anti-corruption campaign, is the most striking evidence of Xi Jinping’s desire to strengthen both the Party State that rules the People’s Republic and his own primacy within the system. Xi, who heads the National Security Commission (established by him in 2013), has defined security as covering politics, the military, culture, the economy, technology and the environment; in keeping with that definition, the new...

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