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Ukraine war: will China be the real winner?

As war grinds on in Ukraine, and Zelensky vies for dominance, it is possible there may only be one true winner: China's leader Xi Jinping. But why could China come out on top? The Economist's Beijing bureau chief explains.

00:00 - China: Ukraine’s real winner?
00:40 - China claims to be neutral
01:32 - Both sides need China’s support
02:52 - Russia’s loss would be China’s gain

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