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Trade war

Half of multinationals in Asia stung by trade war: survey

Majority see no end in sight to tensions between US and China

The Singapore skyline: more businesses see Southeast Asia as a potential alternative to China.   © Reuters

SINGAPORE -- Nearly half of multinational companies operating in Asia have suffered a blow from the trade war between the U.S. and China, a survey published Wednesday by the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore shows.

Out of 144 of the chamber's members that responded to the survey, 49% said they had been negatively affected by the trade dispute in the last six months.

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