October 21, 2020 | Policy
[Report] The US election and the future of China sanctions: what to watch for
If Donald Trump wins a second term, the risk of new disruptive US sanctions against China should ease in the very near term (i.e. the next three months) but heighten as time goes on. If Joe Biden proves victorious, the opposite would be true.
Previous report: Beijing’s currency bindCan the Chinese consumer save the day? »