US-China trade wars have been re-invigorated with extra tariffs on Chinese products worth $200bn and threats of 25% tariff on a further $300bn. This prompted comments from President Xi Jinping, calling on the nation to embark on a new 'Long March'.
This indicates the inclination of the Chinese government to embark on a protracted trade war and prepare the country for adverse conditions arising from this. Given the rhetoric from both leaders, the...
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