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US-China decoupling: halving investment in China could cost American GDP up to US$500 billion, report says

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]American companies would lose hundreds of billions of US dollars if they slashed investment in China or the nations increased tariffs, the US Chamber of Commerce said in a report highlighting the cost of a full decoupling of the world’s largest economies.American gross domestic product (GDP) would see a one-time loss of as much as US0 billion should US companies reduce foreign direct investment in China by half, the Washington-based business lobbying group said in a report on Wednesday…

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American companies would lose hundreds of billions of US dollars if they slashed investment in China or the nations increased tariffs, the US Chamber of Commerce said in a report highlighting the cost of a full decoupling of the world’s largest economies.American gross domestic product (GDP) would see a one-time loss of as much as US$500 billion should US companies reduce foreign direct investment in China by half, the Washington-based business lobbying group said in a report on Wednesday…

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