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Trading war

27 January 2021 By Pete Sweeney

Despite geopolitical tension, investors from the two countries own securities in each other worth some $3.3 trln, or double official sums, new research estimates. A shift from foreign direct investment to tradeable stocks and bonds portends a more volatile financial relationship.

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