Relations between Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and US President Donald Trump might change as Washington pushes Tokyo on US car imports. Photo: AFP

Winners and losers: how the trade war ceasefire might affect the fortunes of China’s partners and rivals

  • The 90-day grace period for world’s leading economies to renegotiate their relationship is an opportunity for other trading nations to reassess theirs
Topic |   US-China trade war

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Relations between Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and US President Donald Trump might change as Washington pushes Tokyo on US car imports. Photo: AFP
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Teddy Ng

Teddy Ng

Teddy Ng joined the Post’s China desk in 2011, focusing on the nation’s foreign affairs. He is now deputy editor of the section.

Keegan Elmer

Keegan Elmer

Keegan is a reporter at the Post covering China in world affairs, including US-China relations and China's relationship with its neighbours. He has degrees from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and the University of Helsinki.