The world’s biggest two economies are headed towards an inevitable divorce, but the US needs to manage it in a targeted way, according to an American study on economic ties with China.“Decoupling is likely to continue in one form or another, even if it does evolve in a more measured, targeted way,” the US Chamber of Commerce’s China Centre and New York-based research firm Rhodium Group said in a joint report released on Wednesday.“In both Washington and Beijing, political trust is at a nadir,…



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