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US-China relations: threat of financial war fading as investors eye returns from likes of Kuaishou, Agora

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The threat of a financial war between the United States and China is fading.A series of events in the past few days showed have shown that financial decoupling between the world’s two largest economies is unlikely to happen.In addition, the fact that China-based companies last year raised the largest amount of capital in the US market since 2014, combined with the Biden administration’s decision to postpone a ban by former president Donald Trump on Americans investing in companies with…

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The threat of a financial war between the United States and China is fading.A series of events in the past few days showed have shown that financial decoupling between the world’s two largest economies is unlikely to happen.In addition, the fact that China-based companies last year raised the largest amount of capital in the US market since 2014, combined with the Biden administration’s decision to postpone a ban by former president Donald Trump on Americans investing in companies with…
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