Professor Andrew Nathan was quoted in a January 1 article in the Washington Post titled “Bloomberg’s business in China has grown. That could create unprecedented entanglements if he is elected president.”
The article highlighted potential conflicts of interest for Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg, who, if elected to the presidency, would need to negotiate with Chinese government officials he worked closely with as the chief executive of his business.
“It is a problem for a president, a public official, to continue to own business interests in countries that have been designated by the U.S. government as a strategic competitor,” the article quoted Professor Nathan as saying.
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