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U.S.-China trade war illustration with containers decorated with the flags of the two countries colliding. The U.S.-China trade war has escalated. Photo: Shutterstock

The trade conflict between the United States and China has lasted more than a year, and lawyers are worn out. The utter lack of predictability might have increased the demand for legal advice, but the prospect of the world’s largest economies locked in a perpetual full-blown economic confrontation is not good news for anyone, including lawyers.

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Anna Zhang, The Asian Lawyer

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