08 FEB 2017 - The United States appears poised to revisit its trading stance with China – and Asia more broadly – after the inauguration of President Donald Trump. Andrew Tilton, chief Asia economist of Goldman Sachs Research, considers the Asian economies most at-risk of disruption and the evolving roles of both China and the US in the region.
This podcast was recorded on February 6, 2017.
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