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America’s coming trade war is based on a misunderstanding of both China and economics

A Chinese magazine poster showing U.S. President Donald Trump is displayed at a newsstand in Shanghai

A US-China trade war is looking increasingly likely Image: REUTERS/Aly Song

Keyu Jin Keyu
Professor of Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science
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