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How “non-tariff” escalation of U.S.-China trade war could threaten housing market

HousingWire Monday, 7 October 2019
As things heat up in Washington with talk of escalating the U.S.-China trade war using “non-tariff” measures, keep in mind: China is the biggest foreign owner of Uncle Sam’s debt and the biggest buyer of American mortgage bonds.
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