The China Zun tower and other buildings are seen through a window in Beijing’s central business district. The prospects for a resolution at the end of the 100-day truce between China and the US are dim, and the trade war is likely to widen and become a protracted battle. Photo: Reuters
S. George Marano
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S. George Marano

All-out trade war between China and the US leaves no room for optimism

  • S. George Marano says disputes over trade practices are only part of the larger power struggle between the two. Despite recent conciliatory remarks, the conflict is unlikely to wind down any time soon. Expect it to drag on, if not escalate

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The China Zun tower and other buildings are seen through a window in Beijing’s central business district. The prospects for a resolution at the end of the 100-day truce between China and the US are dim, and the trade war is likely to widen and become a protracted battle. Photo: Reuters
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