For emerging markets policymakers spanning central banks and finance ministries, and those who manage funds, understanding the effect of US trade tariffs on markets has become more crucial since the US trade wars versus the rest of the world started in early 2018. 

The US now looks like the new emerging market as far as its policy positions are concerned — unpredictable and abruptly communicated via nontraditional channels such as social media pages...

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