The coronavirus outbreak, which originated in the Central Chinese city of Wuhan, has given rise to more debate over US-China decoupling in Washington. Illustration: Brian WangThe coronavirus outbreak, which originated in the Central Chinese city of Wuhan, has given rise to more debate over US-China decoupling in Washington. Illustration: Brian Wang
The coronavirus outbreak, which originated in the Central Chinese city of Wuhan, has given rise to more debate over US-China decoupling in Washington. Illustration: Brian Wang

Coronavirus outbreak fans the flames of US-China decoupling debate in Washington

  • Any hope that the US-China phase one trade deal would salvage the superpower relationship have been scotched by the coronavirus
  • Epidemic set to hit US economy and has led to rising discord among Washington figures, some of whom call for decoupling between the world’s two largest economies

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The coronavirus outbreak, which originated in the Central Chinese city of Wuhan, has given rise to more debate over US-China decoupling in Washington. Illustration: Brian WangThe coronavirus outbreak, which originated in the Central Chinese city of Wuhan, has given rise to more debate over US-China decoupling in Washington. Illustration: Brian Wang
The coronavirus outbreak, which originated in the Central Chinese city of Wuhan, has given rise to more debate over US-China decoupling in Washington. Illustration: Brian Wang
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