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China's rise as a global economic and political power has created a policy puzzle for established global players. For the United Kingdom (UK), the policy towards China has pursued a dual emphasis: seeking commercial benefits and promoting a positive social and political change. We explore the scope and tone of official UK policy publications on doing business with China. We argue that, while these documents reflect some of the predominant concerns of public debates over the UK's relationshipdoi:10.1080/20954816.2021.1933770 fatcat:2fx4gplforhbxcysqcy7hxoybe