Special Report: Sino-U.S. Relations in 2020
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- In our 2019 special report, we noted that China and the United States are in a “new cold war” and that 2019 could be a “Waterloo year” in Sino-U.S. relations.
- Our 2019 analyses has been affirmed by various developments this year, including the escalated trade war, a growing tech war (5G, Huawei, etc.), ideological confrontation (Secretary Pompeo’s “China Challenge” speech), Sino-U.S. military moves in the Indo-Pacific, etc.
- In our 2020 special report on Sino-U.S. relations, we review key analyses in our 2019 special report, forecast how the Sino-U.S. rivalry will shape out in 2020, and list risks and opportunities that businesses, investors, and governments must watch out.
- Our 2020 special report is now available for pre-order (expected release date — before February 29, 2020). Those who purchase the 2020 special report will also get a copy of our 2019 special report.
China and the United States are in a “new cold war.” Various developments in 2019 affirm our analysis that 2019 could be a “Waterloo year” in Sino-U.S. relations.
In our 2020 special report on Sino-U.S. relations, we review key analyses in our 2019 special report, forecast how the Sino-U.S. rivalry will shape out in 2020, and list risks and opportunities that businesses, investors, and governments must watch out.
Our 2020 special report is now available for pre-order. Expected release date is before February 29, 2020. Those who purchase the 2020 special report will also get a copy of our 2019 special report.
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