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20 March 2009 By John Foley

Look at the rough treatment meted out to Coke and to Asia Aluminium s bondholders. Beijing likes markets when they help, but pragmatic nationalism rules. That probably means more protectionist spats at least until global imbalances, which give China the upper hand, are unwound.

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