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Trump's 100-day dash to a disorderly break-up with China

Insouciant president shrugs off US companies that want to keep China profits flowing

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Trump replied with "whatever" to concerns about WeChat ban hurting Apple.   © AP

James Crabtree is an associate professor in practice at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore. He is author of "The Billionaire Raj."

Political leaders tend to obsess about their first 100 days in office. President Donald Trump is now focused squarely on what looks likely to be his last 100, as he rushes through measures to ensure a disorderly technology decoupling with China.

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