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What do tense US-Iranian relations mean for China, North Korea?

Al Jazeera


Complete Intelligence Founder and CEO weighs in on Asian nations likely to be affected differently, with economic risks for Beijing and Pyongyang eyeing strategic gains.


Since 2018, the world’s two largest economies have been locked in a trade war that is squeezing Chinese industries. The country recorded growth of 6 percent in the last three months of 2019, a low not seen since 1992, amid slumping exports and manufacturing.


Beijing may not have the staying power to continue fighting a trade war, said Tony Nash, founder of artificial intelligence firm Complete Intelligence and a long-term China watcher.