Britain’s Truss tells China its rise depends on playing by the rules

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By Andy Bruce LONDON (Reuters) -British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss warned China that failure to play by global rules would cut short its rise as a superpower, and said the West should ensure that Taiwan can defend itself. Renewing her call to boost NATO, Truss said moves to isolate Russia from the world economy in response to its invasion of Ukraine proved that market access to democratic countries was no longer a given. “Countries must play by the rules. And that includes China,” Truss said in a speech at Mansion House in London. Britain, the world’s sixth-largest economy, is dwarfed economi…

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