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May 30, 2022 06:27 PM
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Editorial: Gaining the Upper Hand in a Changing Global Economy

The World Economic Forum 2022 Annual Meeting discussed topics including pandemic recovery, tackling climate change and improving the future for work. Photo: VCG
The World Economic Forum 2022 Annual Meeting discussed topics including pandemic recovery, tackling climate change and improving the future for work. Photo: VCG

The World Economic Forum (WEF) 2022 Annual Meeting has just concluded in Davos, Switzerland, and many countries are easing their Covid-19 restrictions. Themed “Working Together, Restoring Trust,” the meeting discussed topics including pandemic recovery, tackling climate change and improving the future for work. Its theme and topics are all of great practical significance. At present, the world faces an array of shared post-pandemic challenges which place demands on nations to increase their mutual trust and cooperation. Cooperation and competition are two sides of the same coin. How China should better position itself in the midst of the ongoing global economic changes has become a matter of great concern for its public.

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