US-China trade war: Supply chains affected in Thailand

Both sides have increased and added tariffs in recent weeks - affecting global markets and supply chains.

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    For countries like Thailand, its largest export market is China. The economy here relies heavily on its big neighbour to the north. So businesses could be forced to recalibrate their supply chains.

    White House Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow warns that the trade war with China could take years to resolve.

    But despite some disruption, there are also opportunities for businesses in Asia.

    Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports from Bangkok.


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