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After Chengdu, ‘nobody knows what is next’, say US firms in geopolitical crosshairs

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]In the days following China’s retaliatory closure of the US consulate in Chengdu at the end of July, Benjamin Wang received “maybe 20 phone calls” from the top bosses of American firms in the region, “who did not know what was going on” in the crumbling superpower relationship. The move marked a new and dangerous spike in the US-China rivalry and came after Washington closed the Chinese consulate in Houston, citing alleged cyber-espionage activity there. As chairman of the American Chamber of…

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In the days following China’s retaliatory closure of the US consulate in Chengdu at the end of July, Benjamin Wang received “maybe 20 phone calls” from the top bosses of American firms in the region, “who did not know what was going on” in the crumbling superpower relationship. The move marked a new and dangerous spike in the US-China rivalry and came after Washington closed the Chinese consulate in Houston, citing alleged cyber-espionage activity there. As chairman of the American Chamber of…

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