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A long short

14 May 2019 By Pete Sweeney

China’s currency is nearing 7 per dollar, as U.S. duties hit $200 bln of goods. That may cushion the pain but encourages capital flight, hampering efforts to gin up a flagging economy. Beijing could well tighten controls on overseas investment and debt repayment to compensate.

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