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The Future of Asia 2018

Trump's attack on globalization will not go unchecked, experts say

Trade tensions seen as 'just the beginning' of US-China rivalry

From left: Tomo Kinoshita, chief market economist at Nomura Securities and panel moderator; David Parker, New Zealand's minister for trade and export growth; Ildefonso Guajardo, Mexico's secretary of economy; Li Xiangyang, senior research fellow and director at the National Institute of International Strategy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; and Amy Searight, senior adviser and director of the Southeast Asia Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. (Photo by Maho Obata)

TOKYO -- U.S. President Donald Trump's attacks on the global trade system and rules-based order will not go unchallenged, but nations will have to fight to keep globalization alive, an international panel of experts at Nikkei's Future of Asia conference said on Monday.

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