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"economies that... robust growth" points to U.S. and China or Nigeria and South Africa? Ironically, their recent economic struggles are what could stop Nigeria and South Africa from heading into a full-fledged trade war, says Sarr, unlike the U.S. and China, economies that despite setbacks are demonstrating robust growth. “Nigeria and South Africa are emerging from recession,” says Sarr. “And the shocks of a trade war can plunge them right back to an even worse recession.”
Sep 26, 2019 11:44 AM
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Definitely the US and China. For one thing, that’s the most recent antecedent (i.e., the last thing mentioned before the word "economies"). For another, The sentence states at the beginning that Nigeria and South Africa have been having economic struggles — that’s not what I'd call “robust growth.”
September 26, 2019
Laura
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