Donald Trump raises a presidential memorandum targeting what the White House termed “China's economic aggression”. Photo: EPA
Alex Capri
Opinion

Opinion

Asian Angle by Alex Capri

Beijing must change its ways or US trade war looks inevitable

If China refuses to alter some of its practices, such as its pursuit of foreign intellectual property, the scenario is likely to play out in the worst way possible and cripple global markets

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Donald Trump raises a presidential memorandum targeting what the White House termed “China's economic aggression”. Photo: EPA
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Alex Capri

Alex Capri

Alex Capri is visiting senior fellow with the department of decision sciences at NUS Business School