Until that changes, a process that could take many years, the two countries have little choice but to stick together. Any serious attempt to break trade ties “would be a disaster,” said Rory Green, an economist specializing in South Korea and China at the London-based analyst TS Lombard.
“It’s something they’d have to look at doing over a number of years, slowly decoupling these heavily interlocked supply chains,” he said. “It’s not something that could happen painlessly.”’
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