China: "The U.S.-China trade dispute will continue well into next year"

 

“The Trump tariffs [on China] really have to be taken in a much wider context of U.S.–China relations, not only of the past years but also of the past decades. {…] When you look at the positions of both the Chinese and the U.S., they’re really quite far apart. And as we see the situation evolving, other issues are starting to come to the fore. […] While we’re seeing this trade tit–for–tat, the overarching is really a broader conversation about economic development models” – Dr. Aleksandra W. Gadzala, Magpie Founder & CEO on CNNMoney Switzerland, August 2018

As the U.S.–China trade war escalates, Aleksandra joins CNNMoney Switzerland’s Hannah Wise to unpack the issues. The two powers are engaged in a much broader battle that encompasses industrial policy and, critically, technological competition. The shift in the U.S.–China relationship is a structural one, and the cleavage goes far deeper than current trade tensions.

 
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