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The Economics of an Extended U.S.-China Trade War

By T. Rowe Price | July 08, 2019

2019-07-08

If the current dispute between the U.S. and China becomes a full-scale trade war, it will have a negative effect on the global economy by directly impacting consumers and causing widespread uncertainty, prompting households and businesses to cut back on spending.

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