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Regional Asian exporters could be 'crowded out' in US-China trade pact

Energy Daily Monday, 15 April 2019
Washington (AFP) April 12, 2019

A coming trade pact between Washington and Beijing could mean US goods will out-muscle regional Asian exporters reliant on sales to China, the International Monetary Fund warned Friday. "In the case of an agreement involving managed trade, with China committed to import more from the US, reducing imports from elsewhere can be an issue," Changyong Rhee, head of the IMF Asia Department, told r
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