The Economist: Finance and economics articles summarised (12 May 2019)

US-China Trade (1)
China is not keen on a trade war, not least because of its $380bn trade surplus with America. They opened doors to foreign firms, such as car makers, and passed laws in March aimed at appeasing some of America’s issues. Despite their desire to avoid a trade war, they will not cave in. Sensitive areas such as soyabean farmers in Iowa and Wisconsin, important states for Trump’s second . . .

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