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The looming threat of a yuan depreciation

Sino-American trade war could trigger a currency shock in Asian markets

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When the Asian financial crisis occurred 20 years ago, many nations in East and Southeast Asia succumbed because they were following inconsistent domestic and international economic and financial policies. But one trigger was the 50% fall in the Japanese yen against the dollar between the end of 1995 and the summer of 1998 amid the American stock market's bull run that lasted until 2002.

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