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Still together

20 June 2018 By Pete Sweeney

Mainland stocks are at their lowest in a year, and bonds and the yuan have slumped as fears of a full-blown tariff war intensify. This economy relies less on exports than it used to do, but domestic demand isn’t immune to trade tension. The central bank’s jitters are justified.

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