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Will China use climate change as a bargaining chip?

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Beijing shows signs of changing tactics ahead of COP26 conference. Read the full article published in English in Nikkei Asia and in Spanish in El Economista. Republishing and referencing Bruegel considers itself a public good and takes no institutional standpoint. Due to copyright agreements we ask that you kindly email request to republish opinions that have appeared in print to [email protected].

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Beijing shows signs of changing tactics ahead of COP26 conference.

Will China use climate change as a bargaining chip?

Will China use climate change as a bargaining chip?

Read the full article published in English in Nikkei Asia and in Spanish in El Economista.

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