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Trade War Inadvertently Helps China Build International Influence

The whole world is currently witnessing the top two economies clash by imposing massive tariffs against each other’s goods. While some might say that this is bad for the economies of both China and the United States, some observers have noted that while this is true, China is gaining grounds in terms of international influence using the backdrop of the bitter trade war.
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  • Trade War Inadvertently Helps China Build International Influence

    The whole world is currently witnessing the top two economies clash by imposing massive tariffs against each other’s goods. While some might say that this is bad for the economies of both China and the United States, some observers have noted that while this is true, China is gaining grounds in terms of international influence using the backdrop of the bitter trade war.
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