Is CHINA more ISOLATED due to CORONAVIRUS? – VisualPolitik EN

The coronavirus has taught us one thing: we depend a lot on China. Over the past few decades, China has become the world’s factory. It doesn’t matter that Chinese salaries have grown markedly: China continues to offer many advantages for manufacturing: a network of quality suppliers, infrastructure, and skilled labor.

The problem with this dependence is that any natural disaster (such as a pandemic) could potentially leave everyone with no supplies of essential commodities such as masks or respirators.

To this, we must add all types of political issues: from the Trump trade war to the seizing of Hong Kong; many governments want to restrict trade with China. Does this mean that China is going to be isolated from the international market? Is this the end of globalization? In this video we’re going to tell you.

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