US President-elect Joe Biden walks past tombstones after leaving the St Joseph on the Brandywine Catholic Church after attending Mass in Wilmington, Delaware, on Sunday. Photo: AFP US President-elect Joe Biden walks past tombstones after leaving the St Joseph on the Brandywine Catholic Church after attending Mass in Wilmington, Delaware, on Sunday. Photo: AFP
US President-elect Joe Biden walks past tombstones after leaving the St Joseph on the Brandywine Catholic Church after attending Mass in Wilmington, Delaware, on Sunday. Photo: AFP
Aidan Yao
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Aidan Yao

Joe Biden’s path on China and US economic recovery is likely to be similar to Donald Trump’s

  • Many of the underlying issues that plagued the Trump administration remain, including US-China competition, national security concerns and populism
  • Biden’s relatively narrow victory with a divided Congress could still bode well for Asia if a more modest stimulus package passes after his inauguration

US President-elect Joe Biden walks past tombstones after leaving the St Joseph on the Brandywine Catholic Church after attending Mass in Wilmington, Delaware, on Sunday. Photo: AFP US President-elect Joe Biden walks past tombstones after leaving the St Joseph on the Brandywine Catholic Church after attending Mass in Wilmington, Delaware, on Sunday. Photo: AFP
US President-elect Joe Biden walks past tombstones after leaving the St Joseph on the Brandywine Catholic Church after attending Mass in Wilmington, Delaware, on Sunday. Photo: AFP
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