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Keith B. Richburg: Asia faces big changes, whoever wins the White House

Hillary Clinton speaks at the Democratic National Convention at Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center on July 27.   © Getty Images

The party conventions have ended, the general election battle is underway in earnest -- and America stands to be profoundly changed, regardless of which candidate is ushered into the White House in November.

Democrat Hillary Clinton, the former first lady, senator and secretary of state, and Republican Donald Trump, the billionaire real estate developer and reality television star, used their party conclaves in July to outline starkly different views of the country and visions for where they would take it. The world, and particularly Asia, will see an immediate impact from the election result.

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