3 unexpected consequences of the US-China trade war

A 100 yuan banknote (R) is placed next to a $100 banknote in this picture illustration taken in Beijing November 7, 2010. China must keep a firm grip on the yuan exchange rate in order to keep speculative capital at bay, a senior official at the country's foreign exchange regulator was quoted as saying by local media. Picture taken November 7, 2010. REUTERS/Petar Kujundzic (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)  FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE SEE GF2E7981Q5601 - GM1E6BF19MU01

The stand-off began last year, when the US raised tariffs on washing machines and solar cell imports. Image: REUTERS/Petar Kujundzic

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