Second, the world is hoping that China will help with the first of the World Economic um’s priorities the Davos meeting: strengthening global collaboration. Given the backlash against globalisation in the West, there is widesp concern about a move toward protectionism and what economists call “beggar thy neighbour policies” (attempts by one country to remedy its economic problems by introducing policies that make its neighbours worse off). Many of the things Mr Trump said during the American election campaign fall into this category and politicians in the US and Europe seem likely to cancel the potential global economic benefits of the new trade agreements that are waiting to be signed. Those who want to maintain the longterm trend towards a more open global economy are hoping President Xi Jinping will push ward with alternative, regional freetrade agreements such as the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (which involves countries including ASEAN, Australia and India) and plans to seal trade agreements with 0% of the countries along the “One Belt, One Road” in .They also hope China will boost global trade and cooperation by continued opening up and giving greater access to eign investors including expanding initiatives such as China (Shanghai) Free Trade Zone.
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;We still live with pain, but Violet, and the knowledge that all four kids are with us always, brings light to our darkness.