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10 May 2019 By Christopher Beddor

Washington has hiked duties on $200 bln of Chinese goods, after what officials say was a push by Beijing to renege on promises. Both sides intimate their economies can survive a blow that may only slightly dent GDP. Supply chains and the like, though, will show long-term losses.

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