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How reform has made China's state-owned enterprises stronger

China retains a grip on the big picture to mitigate major risks, such as the coronavirus pandemic. Image: REUTERS/Aly Song

Amir Guluzade

Chief Operating Officer, Private Wealth Institute, Ahmadoff & Co

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