Governance, Markets, Opinion

De-risking China requires a ‘whole-of-company’ approach

By Alfredo Montufar-Helu
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Foreign multinationals operating and investing in China are facing a rapidly changing and less predictable risk landscape driven by a combination of market, regulatory and economic factors. Not least because the deterioration of the geopolitical environment is hindering their ability to respond to these issues. 

Against this backdrop, ...

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