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US v China: the real agenda behind the trade war

China’s emergence on the global stage poses a genuine threat to future US dominance and, as such, a new world order is likely to be emerging.

In the latest issue of Gemologist, Gary Greenberg, Head of Hermes Emerging Markets, examines the real agenda behind the US-China trade war. 

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