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Trade war

Reliance on China risks slowing Southeast Asia economy

G-20 ministers raise concern over trade war impact on supply chains

The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank held their annual meetings this week in Indonesia to highlight Asia's growth since the late-1990s currency crisis.   © Reuters

NUSA DUA, Indonesia -- Emerging economies face a number of headwinds, with Southeast Asia particularly exposed to fallout from the China-U.S. trade war, officials at this week's meetings of the International Monetary Fund and Group of 20 warned.

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