If a Crisis Shuts down the South China Sea, Here Are the Losers — and a Few Winners

Several industries are trying to assess what open confrontation in the South China Sea would cost them, and a lot of them don't like what they’re finding. The world’s second–largest economy is getting more wary — and more vocal in its opposition — about increased U.S. naval patrols along the vast body of water, which holds some of the world’s busiest trade routes.




Military, Politics