There have been calls to ‘punish China’ for its nastiest export: Covid-19. But actually, in a key market, China has also become the biggest exporter to the UK – it sells the goods needed to protect people from the virus.

18 June 2020 By Paul Martin

By Matthew Bevingdon, of King’s College London.

Despite political calls to reset UK relations with China and reduce dependence for vital goods, the Covid-19 outbreak has had precisely the opposite effect.

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