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Trade war

Asia tech bosses fear a US-China cold war splitting global market

Beijing accuses Congress of 'hysteria' in latest chip trade dispute

Jerry Yang, co-founder of Yahoo, warns of growing risks in the U.S.-China economic conflict while speaking at the Nikkei Forum on Jan. 17 in Singapore. (Photo by Ken Kobayashi) 

SINGAPORE -- The global economy faces "very serious disruption" from the escalating US-China trade war, business leaders have warned, as the U.S. renews allegations of trade theft against Huawei Technologies and lawmakers move to ban chip sales to key Chinese companies.

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