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Economic fracturing to continue despite thaw in relations

A series of high-level diplomatic meetings this week have raised hopes that strains in US-China relations will start to ease. But the politics of fragmentation was never likely to proceed in a linear direction. And even if there is a thaw in political relations over the coming months, there is growing evidence that fracturing is having an increasing influence on the operating environment for multinational firms.

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