David Jane: Trade wars forever

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David Jane: "Clearly it is not simply the terms of trade but the rise of China and the possibility it may overtake the US as the world’s greatest power that is at stake here."
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David Jane: "Clearly it is not simply the terms of trade but the rise of China and the possibility it may overtake the US as the world’s greatest power that is at stake here."

Further international trade disputes appear inevitable, writes David Jane, now that China is no longer perceived as an opportunity for US companies but as a threat to the world's largest economy on many levels

Several years back, we wrote a piece about the end of globalisation and a movement into a more multi-polar world order, with disheartenment with widening income distribution driving a changed environment....

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