‘Bigger than business’: China’s challengers are getting bolder


‘Bigger than business’: China’s challengers are getting bolder

Jamie Dimon, Lithuania, women’s tennis are testing how far they can go defying world’s second-biggest economy

Iain Marlow, Samson Ellis and Kari Lindberg

Jamie Dimon knew right away that Beijing wouldn’t like his joke about the Communist Party’s downfall, noting immediately afterward: “I can’t say that in China.” 

In many ways, that was the point. The quip capped extended remarks on Tuesday from JPMorgan Chase’s CEO in which he questioned the sustainability of China’s rise and spoke about the complications of free speech in the country. 

“If they start to tell you what you can say here, because you do business in China, that’s a problem,” Dimon said at an event in Boston. ..

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