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US-China decoupling: if it comes down to a US bloc vs China bloc, who stands to gain the most?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]If the decoupling between the world’s two largest economies were to continue gradually – with supply chains rearranged rather than completely severed – the consequences would be much more disruptive to the China bloc than to the United States bloc, according to a new report by Capital Economics.This is largely because most of the global economy rests in the US bloc. Based on bilateral relationships involving all 217 global economies recognised by the World Bank, plus Taiwan, a total of 114 are…

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If the decoupling between the world’s two largest economies were to continue gradually – with supply chains rearranged rather than completely severed – the consequences would be much more disruptive to the China bloc than to the United States bloc, according to a new report by Capital Economics.This is largely because most of the global economy rests in the US bloc. Based on bilateral relationships involving all 217 global economies recognised by the World Bank, plus Taiwan, a total of 114 are…

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