Visitors walk past a screen at the 6th World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, China, on October 21. More cooperation, not decoupling, is needed as the world embarks on its fourth industrial revolution. Photo: EPA-EFE
Liu Jun
Opinion

Opinion

Liu Jun

Will the trade war lead to US-China decoupling? In an increasingly interconnected world, that would be next to impossible

  • Global supply and value chains are more enmeshed than ever, even as disruptive technologies erase boundaries in space and time, making decoupling a practical impossibility, never mind a viable threat
Visitors walk past a screen at the 6th World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, China, on October 21. More cooperation, not decoupling, is needed as the world embarks on its fourth industrial revolution. Photo: EPA-EFE
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