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End of History (10) Clayton T. Yeuttner & Warren H. Marurama

| Mar 11, 2022

“All sides would win: China as a responsible, disciplined trading nation, fully accepting its responsibilities, but also taking advantage of its WTO privileges; the U.S. and other nations having vastly improved and assured trading and investment opportunities in China; and the world as a whole knowing that exposure to the rule of law will inevitably affect personal, commercial and government conduct in China in a positive way.”

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