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WASHINGTON, Nov 10 (FAM) – Analysts cautioned that Trump’s win might be a precursor for turbulence in China-US economic and trade relations and create some headwinds for the Chinese economy, given his tough stance on trade with China on the campaign trail.

Others argued that the overall direction for one of the largest and most consequential bilateral trade relationships will remain unchanged, and a Trump presidency might not be as negative as many have suggested, noting that the rhetoric might help ease the pressure on yuan depreciation and capital outflows and help with ongoing efforts to upgrade China’s industrial sectors.

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