What Does the US-China Trade War Mean for Australia?

Donald Trump has complained about Chinese trade policies since before he took office, so it comes as little surprise that the US and China have been engaged in a trade war. This has accumulated in many rounds of tariffs being imposed on imported goods both in the US and in China, the result of which has sparked fears amongst economists around the world. We were joined by Tim Harcourt J.W. Nevile Fellow in economics at the UNSW Business School to discuss these fears and what the Trade War can mean internationally and in Australia.

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