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Beijing’s vaccine diplomacy reaches its limits

While China has built up diplomatic capital through its vaccine exports over the past year, all of its shipments have come to a standstill in 2022. The country was initially able to distinguish itself as a responsible, progressive superpower thanks to its export efforts. But it still lacked the technical finesse of technology leaders from the EU and USA to achieve lasting success. That is the conclusion of a China.Table event with guests from the University of Erfurt. Stefan Schmalz, an expert in political economy, and economist Philipp Koencke spoke at the Table.Live briefing.

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