Most of the political and economic world is, understandably, focused on the US-China trade war. But there's another trade conflict brewing that could also have global economic ramifications: the fight between Japan and South Korea. Tensions have escalated over wounds from World War II and spilled over into export controls, which could hurt the tech industry and more. While there is more likely to be a resolution in this dispute than in the US-China conflict, there are still political worries all around. Rory Green is an economist at TS Lombard, an economics and investing research group covering China and North Asia.
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