As America and China lurch further down the path towards a trade war, many in South-east Asia are concerned that they will suffer some collateral damage from the tension.
There is, however, room for optimism. Economic ministers from all 10 Asean countries who met in Singapore last month for their retreat, as well as finance ministers and central bank governors from the region who were in town last week, resolved to remain committed to deepening the region's economic integration.
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