U.S. and China: Decoupling in the Era of COVID-19 | ORF Fellows Seminar

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In the latest edition of ORF’s Fellows Seminar Series, we feature a recent paper by Dr. Manoj Joshi, “U.S. and China: Decoupling in the Era of COVID-19”. The paper can be accessed here: https://www.orfonline.org/research/us-and-china-decoupling-in-the-era-of-covid19-67545/

Synopsis of the paper:

The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing a rethinking of production, manufacturing, and supply chains. This paper explores the larger idea of “decoupling” technology ties between the US and China, which may be driven largely by politics but has implications for the global economy.

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