THE LESSON OF DAVOS: CHINA HAS ARRIVED

COMMENT: On Wednesday in Davos, there was a telling moment involving a senior Chinese official. At a panel on how "global orders fail," Fang Xinghai, the vice chairman of the Chinese government's main securities regulator, offered...

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