(May 20): US President Donald Trump raised tariffs on US$200 billion ($273.9 billion) worth of Chinese goods earlier this month and threatened to slap duties on all its exports to the US. About 1% of global economic activity is at stake in goods and services traded between the two countries. Using 2015 data from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), we calculate which countries are most exposed to these trade flows and, within each country, which industries are most at risk.

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