Evidence that the world’s two superpowers are drifting apart has experts arguing whether there will be a comprehensive decoupling between their deeply intertwined economies. Illustration: Henry WongEvidence that the world’s two superpowers are drifting apart has experts arguing whether there will be a comprehensive decoupling between their deeply intertwined economies. Illustration: Henry Wong
Evidence that the world’s two superpowers are drifting apart has experts arguing whether there will be a comprehensive decoupling between their deeply intertwined economies. Illustration: Henry Wong

China companies pour resources into research as global economy cracks

  • As trade war widens into a technology conflict, supply chains are breaking up
  • But a full decoupling is still a long way off, according to experts
Topic |   US-China tech war
Evidence that the world’s two superpowers are drifting apart has experts arguing whether there will be a comprehensive decoupling between their deeply intertwined economies. Illustration: Henry WongEvidence that the world’s two superpowers are drifting apart has experts arguing whether there will be a comprehensive decoupling between their deeply intertwined economies. Illustration: Henry Wong
Evidence that the world’s two superpowers are drifting apart has experts arguing whether there will be a comprehensive decoupling between their deeply intertwined economies. Illustration: Henry Wong
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