Why a China first world order still leaves many unanswered questions for investors

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US-China relations have probably been the most discussed geopolitical pairing since the Cold War. Given the prominence and influence of these two behemoths, this focus has most certainly been warranted.

In fact, Sun Tzu once said, "The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting". One could strongly make the claim that this is the very philosophy underpinning the Sino-US relationship...

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