Take for example this world map from EIU (click on it to enlarge) that shows for which countries China is among their most important export markets. One could of course ask in which scenarios this dependency could form a vulnerability to a particular country.
But let’s not forget that the opposite could be true as well: China’s dependence on some import goods from these countries makes China vulnerable as well. In other words, this informative world map with countries that have China as large export market, could tell us more than we realise at first sight.
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