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TWO-WAY TRADE between The US and China hit $2bn a day closing year. However therising mistrustbetween the 2 countries is popping change from a stable plight into a discipline of competition. David Rennie,The Economist’s Beijing bureau chief, has travelled at some level of both countries and realized that, with China’s daunting rise, making cash is just not sufficient to keep pleasant relatives. Runtime: 26 min

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