13
January
2020
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12:50
Europe/Amsterdam

The US-China tech rivalry is fracturing the world and affecting trade, firms and jobs

Mr Alex Capri, Visiting Senior Fellow from the Dept of Analytics & Operations at NUS Business School opined that America and China are not engaged in a “trade war”, and the two superpowers are locked in a much bigger systemic rivalry that will fracture the global economic landscape in ways unseen since the Cold War between America and the former Soviet Union.