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Asia 'unlikely to benefit from trade war because it's hard to shift supply chains'

CEOs may talk about moving operations, but few have done it, says JPMorgan research chair

Joyce Chang says as China is one of the largest revenue centres, companies cannot relocate that easily.


NEGOTIATIONS towards a permanent United States-China trade deal will be a long drawn-out affair and Asia is not expected to benefit much from supply chain shifts, said JPMorgan chair of global research Joyce Chang.

And export-dependent economies in Asia are likely to take...

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