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China is the largest holder of US Treasury bonds, commercial war has been raging between the two countries pay, Beijing to sell, experts and this option is similar to the "nuclear weapon" due to its impact on the markets.
"Although this move will affect China in part, it has serious consequences for global financial markets," said Surab Gupta, a senior fellow at the Institute of Chinese-American Studies in Washington, RT.
"China will not stop buying US Treasuries, as there are better ways of retaliation, such as boycott of American products," Gupta said.
China currently has $ 1.13 trillion in US Treasuries, a fraction of the total US debt of $ 22 trillion, but 17.7 percent of the value of US Treasuries owned by foreign governments.
According to the data, China has cut its investment in these bonds by about 4% over the past 12 months, but it is still the top among the owners of these bonds, advancing to countries such as Japan, France and the United Kingdom.