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December 4, 2020
Likely that US-China trade rivalry will continue under Biden
President Donald Trump spent much of his term setting up Beijing as Washington's greatest political and economic adversary. Do not expect drastic changes when Joe Biden takes the helm, even if he eschews the bluster and unpredictability of his predecessor. Economists and trade experts believe that the United States and China will move further apart on trade and technology as Washington continues to scrutinize virtually every aspect of its relationship with the world's secondlargest economy. Washington has become increasingly wary of Chinese made technology and whether it could be used to spy on Americans ...
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