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US-China trade war and Brexit expose complexity of global trade

Date:
19 November 2018
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In the News
Topics:
ChinaTradeUnited States

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Note: This article was originally published in The Irish Times on 19 November 2018. ERIA Chief Economist Prof Fukunari Kimura was featured discussing the dangers of protectionist trade measures in view of the complex modern supply chains in an event hosted by the Trinity Centre for Asian Studies supported by the Embassy of Japan to Ireland in Dublin.

The escalating US-China trade war and Brexit have exposed the extent and complexity of global supply chains and ultimately the dangers of acting unilaterally, Fukunari Kimura, chief economist at the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia, told an audience in Dublin on Monday.  (Read the full article by using the link above).

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