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China needs to manage any political friction with U.S.-led allies and not let it develop into stronger economic opposition, the state-run newspaper Global Times said in an editorial. Beijing should calibrate its actions more effectively to avoid stoking U.S. allies joining its anti-China policy, the newspaper said. A new cold war will be unlikely as long as China opposes the decoupling of the world economy, said Global Times. MNI notes that Chinese state media last month advocated boycotts against Western apparel makers including H&M and Nike for barring the use of Xinjiang cotton. The Times editorial, published under the official People's Daily, appears to be attempting to dampen the fervor.