Magellan ‘In The Know’: The rise and challenges of China – former CIA China analyst shares his views

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Magellan ‘In The Know’: The rise and challenges of China – former CIA China analyst shares his views

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China’s continued rise as a global economic powerhouse has met with increasing caution and push-back from the Western world, not least from the United States during four turbulent years under President Trump.

Now, with Joe Biden in the White House, we discuss how the new administration will approach China.  Can we expect a more conciliatory relationship and an easing of trade tensions looking forward? And what will that mean for investors? Chris Johnson, one of the world’s foremost China experts, shares his views with Hamish Douglass.

‘Magellan – In The Know’, drops on the last Tuesday of every month. Magellan seek to bring you timely, unique and thought-provoking insights to help you make sense of today’s investment landscape. From deep dives into the latest macroeconomic and geopolitical issues, to our analysis on sectors and stocks in global markets. 

Join CIO Hamish Douglass, and others at Magellan, as they connect with a myriad of experts in their field, including CEOs of stocks we hold, global leaders and consultants in finance, investing, risk and politics, and key members of our investment team and business.

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