Why the trade war is 'fairly negative' for Southeast Asia
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Why the trade war is 'fairly negative' for Southeast Asia

The U.S.-China trade dispute may have accelerated the process of foreign direct investment entering Southeast Asian countries such as Thailand and Vietnam, but "nobody wins" if protectionism rises, least of all these "trade dependent" markets, says Euben Paracuelles of Nomura.
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