US-China Trade War

The United States and China have a long history of economic rivalry. But since 2017, the Trump administration’s challenges to China’s business activities and subsequent US and retaliatory tariffs by China, and other actions, have spiraled into a full blown economic and trade war. As a result of these moves and their related threats, the Chinese and US economies are in danger of decoupling. Their mutual distrust poses a grave danger to global economic health.

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