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MNI POLICY: Decoupling Between US And China Selective: Advisor
BEIJING (MNI) - Any decoupling between the U.S. and China is "selective"
and driven by Washington's attempts to slow China's moves to upscale its
manufacturing sector, according to a senior advisor with a think-tank affiliated
to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The moves come largely in areas such as hi-tech, but this was "not an area
of close cooperation between China and the U.S. originally," Shen Yamei, Deputy
Director and Associate Research Fellow, Department for American Studies at the
China Institute of International Studies(CIIS), told a press conference Friday.
Shen said it was "unfair" to say the two countries are decoupling
completely, there was sustained cooperation in the service sector, the finance
sector, and China has also opened the medical service market to the U.S.
With a nod to the upcoming U.S. Presidential election, Shen said a win for
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden could see a change in the dynamics,
as he would look to repair Washington's relations with its allies and attempt to
pressure China in a more united way.
Shen thought such a tactic could actually benefit China, as third parties
could become a balancing power between the U.S. and China, as "no country is
willing to sacrifice their own people's welfare and pay for the confrontation or
competition between China and the U.S.," Shen said.
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