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US-China trade row and implications for China's energy sector

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24 August 2018

US-China trade row and implications for China's energy sector

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Trade protectionist measures are threatening trade flows and prospects of economic growth. Wood Mackenzie is closely tracking the progress of US-China trade row and its implications on energy market in particular. On 22 August our Beijing-based analysts, Frank Yu and Prakash Sharma delivered a webinar on this topic, focusing on the impact on China's energy sector. Check it out and you can find out a short summary of the trade friction between the US and China to date why we believe the impact on power demand, at this moment, is still manageable our views on Renminbi depreciation's impact on imported energy costs

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