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How South China Sea conflict could hurt U.S. small businesses

By Marcie Geffner - Dun & Bradstreet

Island, rock or low-tide elevation?

The question might seem trivial, but it could have major implications for U.S. small businesses that engage in international trade. That's because disputes between China and other countries in South Asia over territorial rights in the South China Sea could disrupt important shipping lanes or make shipping riskier and more costly in that region of the world.

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http://www.dnb.com/perspectives/entrepreneurial-strategies/impact-of-south-china-sea-conflict-on-small-businesses.html

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