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Ray Dalio book reveals top negotiator Liu He feared ‘tit-for-tat escalations’ before US-China trade war began

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]When China’s top trade negotiator, Vice-Premier Liu He, walked into the Oval Office to meet US President Donald Trump in May 2018, he was not concerned so much with the outlook of trade negotiations as he was with the potential for escalating disputes between the world’s two largest economies.That bit of prognostication was one detail from American billionaire hedge fund manager Ray Dalio’s upcoming book, The Changing World Order, about the rise and fall of past empires. In it, he dedicates a…

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When China’s top trade negotiator, Vice-Premier Liu He, walked into the Oval Office to meet US President Donald Trump in May 2018, he was not concerned so much with the outlook of trade negotiations as he was with the potential for escalating disputes between the world’s two largest economies.That bit of prognostication was one detail from American billionaire hedge fund manager Ray Dalio’s upcoming book, The Changing World Order, about the rise and fall of past empires. In it, he dedicates a…

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