Craig Hill Media and Consulting
China’s President Xi Jinping said this week that China wants to become more credible, loveable and respectable, but that seems easier said than done.
It’s about as likely as Peter Dutton sponsoring a refugee family, or Scott Morrison closing offshore detention centres and bringing the asylum seekers to Australia.
China’s political system, economic structure and business strategies are not compatible with those of the core countries, and it is unlikely they will ever become a developed economy or a core country.
The core countries are the 24 advanced economies (the Anglosphere, parts of Western Europe and Japan) that control the world’s markets and benefit most from them.
China would have to abandon their own core strategies to have even the remotest chance of having almost any of these countries believe they had changed, and it is unlikely they would be willing…
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