US–China 2022 Relations: What Could Change

Tiffany Meier
By Tiffany Meier
January 12, 2022China in Focusshare

Made in China.” Those three words appear on everything from computers, to toys, to massive industrial parts. But behind those three words is a history of forced labor, human rights abuses, and stolen trade secrets.

As Democratic countries rally behind the call for freedom and holding the Chinese communist regime accountable for its human rights atrocities, are consumers going to see fewer “Made in China” products going forward?

In this special report, we look at what China’s 2022 economic outlook means for companies trying to do business in China, for investors weighing the risks, and how the average Joe at home could be impacted, without even realizing it.

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