Trade Wars: Who can stand the pain longest, China or the United States?

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Trade Wars - the US and China are staring each other down - who’ll blink first? What are their trade weapons and who started it? And what effects are they having on consumers and producers. Nexus with Matthew Moore

On this episode of Nexus we spoke to

Steve Tsang
Director of the China Institute at SOAS

Greg Swanson
Merchant banker and member of Republicans Overseas

Howard Gunn Jr
Florida Soy bean farmer ​

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