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Shannon O'Neil Sep 17
Companies are shifting out of for the . Why aren’t they going to ? My latest for :
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Nardeep Pujji Sep 14
Replying to @Ohnana86006390
US Govt Unfunded Liability is Now 125 Trillion Dollars‼ it can never be repaid US heading for a massive financial collapse that will lead to a civil war 🔫 and major exodus of Indian and Chinese migrants leaving behind unsold cars and homes.
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Nikkei Asian Review Sep 17
The window is rapidly closing to clinch a deal on RCEP, and China is worried.
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Nikkei Asian Review Sep 16
The trade war with the U.S. is impacting China's industrial production, the latest official figures show.
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Eunice Yoon Sep 16
delegation to visit US on Wednesday to prepare for October trade talks, says state TV.
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For Our Future WI Sep 18
The bailout Trump is proposing to farmers won’t cover anywhere near the amount farmers have lost due to his horrendous trade war.
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Asia Times Sep 12
As prepares for the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China with pomp and show, it might not last long with ongoing with the , reports .
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Hinrich Foundation Sep 18
imbalances created by persistent trade surpluses and deficits by major trading countries have contributed to the eruption of the and . Read more in our latest white paper by Stewart Paterson:
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C3|Nik Sep 13
** Breaking ** Trump imposes 20% import tax on mined in China starting October.
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Global Times Sep 17
The adopting a realistic attitude is key to reaching an agreement between China and the US. is fully capable of absorbing the temporary difficulties caused by the . That’s why an agreement must result from mutual compromise: Editor-in-Chief Hu Xijin
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Per Bylund Sep 16
Reality check about the of the : a country lowering the exchange rate for their currency means they'll be (for a while) selling resources at a discount and buying at a higher price. And, according to modern mystics, that's supposed to make them "richer"...?
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Yen Nee Lee Sep 18
I cooked up some charts to show where the U.S.-China trade relationship stands amid their tariff dispute
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Eunice Yoon Sep 13
adds soybeans and pork to tariff exemption list, says state news agency Xinhua.
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Jan Jekielek Sep 13
: “This is really damaging China… so it’s a high-risk strategy for the Chinese government to wait out Trump.” 's explains why China shouldn't hope for a democratic victory in 2020 American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸 at
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Greg Miller Sep 12
What if incremental demand is offset by lower global demand (due to economic/ issues) & this whole thing we’ve been talking about for years turns out to be a wash (fuel-price-wise)? Very interesting comments from IEA today on this:
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Nikkei Asian Review 22h
Local governments in China are seeking investment by Japanese businesses as the trade war with the U.S. crimps the economy.
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Hong Zhang, PhD Sep 11
The CCP is undoubtedly scared. Heard the other day from a veteran cop of a provincial PSB (i.e. police) that they are asked to prepare for dealing with unrests as a result of the domino effect of foreign companies fleeing the Mainland.
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Anna Chen Sep 14
Fascinating. So, Trump didn’t object to Huawei out of fear of China spying. He objected because their 5G technology means the US can’t spy on the rest of the world. Asia Times “Donald Trump’s dance of defeat”
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Jennifer HY Chan 🇭🇰⛱ Sep 12
Is China showing signs of loosing? As Trump is determined to sanction Hwawei, Ren offers to sell its 5G know-how to a western firm. But the problem of Hwawei being a CCP controlled firm still proposes global security threats.
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Nikkei Asian Review Sep 10
What is Huawei's secret trade war weapon?
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