Why China’s eventual aims with Taiwan could have a major global financial and economic impact

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    Martijn Rasser, senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security, discusses the rise in tensions between China and Taiwan, potential responses by the U.S. and G-7 countries, and whether Beijing could use a military invasion to gain control of Taiwan’s critical semiconductor industry.

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