Inside China: trade, tariffs and tensions

Author: | Published: 19 Dec 2018

The ongoing commercial disruption between the PRC and the US is having a global effect

Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) leaders failed to agree on a final joint communiqué at the summit meeting held in Papua New Guinea in November. The deep division between the US and China on international trade appears to be the sticking point that made it difficult to reach a consensus. The escalating trade tension between the two countries is casting a long shadow on global trade and the world economy....


 

 

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