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China's rules: NBA partnership in doubt over Hong Kong tweet


In the age of globalisation, the West and in particular the United States flexes huge soft power, what with its social media giants, its clothing, food, drinks... its sports and entertainment. But what happens when that soft power comes up against the might of a market of 1.4 billion consumers?

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