good luck

The US-China trade dispute could spark a technological race between the corporations of the two countries that boosts global economic growth, but splits the planet into distinct spheres of influence.

Most analysts expect a trade war to slash global economic growth, along with investment and employment. History backs up this view, as trade disputes are normally very costly.

But these are not normal times.

The phase of globalisation that we have witnessed so far has left the economy so unbalanced that a trade ...

Subscription required for Premium stories

In order to view the entire article please login with a valid subscription below or register an account and subscribe to Premium

Or buy full access to this story only for £13.00

Please login to activate the purchase link or sign up here to register an account

Premium subscriber
New Premium subscriber REGISTER

Comment on this article

You must be logged in to post a comment.