The term "de-risking" has become a new buzzword in the West when discussing China. It refers to reducing dependence on China in supply chains and value chains while getting rid of China-related threats. The United States has used "de-risking" as a tool to exert pressure and implement trade protectionism against China. This includes prohibiting trade in certain sectors, restricting Chinese capital investments, and limiting China's access to advanced technologies. The US also aims to protect its domestic industrial development, reshape supply chains, reduce reliance on the Chinese market, and limit China's global market influence.
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