On August 8, Dexter Tiff Roberts was quoted in an article in Nikkei Asia that highlighted the potential of a global movement boycotting Chinese products due to humanitarian issues surrounding Xinjiang, Tibet, and Inner Mongolia. After the Tokyo Olympics, Roberts argues that “any company that considers a boycott doesn’t have a significant market presence in China,”. However, the pressure on Western companies with a presence in China has become “more intense than ever before”. Roberts writes that Beijing faces a dilemma in that this pressure has an impact on the share prices and market shares of companies with a large presence in China.

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