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What China's premier should say at Davos
What China's premier should say at Davos

When global leaders toast the start of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, this week, one unusually prominent guest should be ready for sharp criticism — Premier Li Keqiang of China, the country's highest-ranking attendee since 2009. Following a year of slowed growth and mounting accusations that it has been discriminating against foreign firms, China's relationship with its international partners is seriously souring. Foreign businesses have long protested protectionist policies in China, but they have recently been alarmed by a new pattern: Chinese officials applying seemingly neutral corruption and antitrust laws to target foreign firms, including Eli...