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Canada gets caught in Sino-U.S. battle for global supremacy

Local business community eager to increase, not decrease, links to China

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Former diplomat Michael Kovrig embraces his wife following his arrival at Toronto Pearson International Airport on Sept. 25: Canada outsourced the heavy lifting to their American allies.   © DND-MDN Canada/Reuters

Rupa Subramanya is a researcher and commentator. She is a distinguished fellow of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and the co-author of "Indianomix: Making Sense of Modern India."

A long-running international saga involving the United States, China and Canada finally came to an end after more than three years on Sept. 24.

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