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Biden's Asia policy

Biden's first 100 days win praise but experts wary of China divide

FT-Nikkei webinar weighs Asian impact of US economic and foreign policies

Clockwise from top left, moderator Akio Fujii, Eriko Asai, Siddharth Tiwari, Takehiko Nakao and Richard McGregor discuss Biden's first 100 days.

TOKYO -- As Joe Biden approaches the 100-day mark of his presidency, observers in Asia give the U.S. leader high marks for his emphasis on international cooperation and climate change -- both clear breaks with his predecessor Donald Trump.

But panelists speaking on Tuesday in an online discussion hosted by the Financial Times and Nikkei also voiced concern about the widening divide between the U.S. and China, stressing that the emerging Asian superpower cannot be simply excised from globalization.

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