Where Trump Goes Next on Trade
Economy
By Mark E. Rosen - 19 Apr 2017

Where Trump Goes Next on Trade

Even though Trump’s actions vis-à-vis the TPP sent some shock waves, his engagements with Japanese Prime Minister Abe suggests that neither is walking away from US-Japan security or their bilateral trade relationship. The same can probably be said about NAFTA.  
ASEAN at 50: Challenges and Opportunities for Cambodia
Politics,Economy,Southeast Asia

By Kimkong Heng - 17 Apr 2017

ASEAN at 50: Challenges and Opportunities for Cambodia

The Westinghouse Bankruptcy: Test for Chinese Investment in US Infrastructure
Economy

By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 17 Apr 2017

The Westinghouse Bankruptcy: Test for Chinese Investment in US Infrastructure

On CPEC, India Should Be Tough but Not Rigid
Economy,South Asia

On CPEC, India Should Be Tough but Not Rigid

India’s key challenge is to come up with a rational response to CPEC, and not allow any one strand to influence its approach towards this project, which seeks to connect Kashgar in Xinjiang with Gwadar in Balochistan.
After the Xi-Trump Summit, Focus is on Trade and North Korea
Economy,Security

After the Xi-Trump Summit, Focus is on Trade and North Korea

In order for US-China relations to move towards more cooperation, reducing US trade deficit and increasing Chinese investments in the US to create more jobs, and the multilateral dismantlement of the North Korea’s nuclear ambitions, are the likely positive starting points.  
By Wei Luo - 14 Apr 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
Conceptualizing the Belt and Road Initiative as an International Regime
Economy,China

Conceptualizing the Belt and Road Initiative as an International Regime

Chinese President Xi Jinping, in his visits to Central and Southeast Asia in 2013, unveiled the goals of building the Belt and Road to be policy coordination, facilities connectivity, unimpeded trade, financial integration, and people-to-people bonds.
King Salman’s Visit Deepens Sino-Saudi Cooperation
Economy,China

King Salman’s Visit Deepens Sino-Saudi Cooperation

During King Salman’s visit to Beijing, a major Sino-Saudi investment agreement worth an estimated USD 65 billion was signed and it included “a plan for the kingdom to participate in China’s Chang’e-4 moon mission and a partnership agreement for manufacturing drones.”
Engineering A Venture Capital Market in China
Economy,China

Engineering A Venture Capital Market in China

Chinese governmental policies and actions facilitated the development of the VC market in order to encourage innovation and technological development, and to stimulate structural reforms of the economy.
By Lin Lin - 20 Mar 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
China’s Industrial Policy and its European Business Partners
Economy,China

China’s Industrial Policy and its European Business Partners

A recent blog article in the Wall Street Journal reports the views of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China that China’s latest industrial policy is a waste of the country’s resources and a challenge to the members of the Chamber.
China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: Perils and Prospects
Economy,China,South Asia

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: Perils and Prospects

Athough CPEC offers more opportunities to Pakistan given the global connectivity of trade and investment expanded by China, yet the major question is how Pakistan and China can bring this vision into reality keeping in view the changing geopolitics in the South Asian region.
Japan is Puzzled by President Trump
Economy,East Asia

Japan is Puzzled by President Trump

At a meeting with CEOs of major American corporations, US President Donald Trump complained that it was unfair that American cars could not enter the Japanese market while over a million Japanese cars are shipped to the US every year. Both Japanese government officials and automakers were puzzled by his criticism.  
By Yuqing Xing - 23 Feb 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
Modi’s Job Creation Promise for India
Economy,South Asia

Modi’s Job Creation Promise for India

During Narendra Modi’s campaign for the 2014 general elections, he promised to create 10 million jobs for India’s youth if elected. However, job creation, badly impacted by the fall in exports caused by the global economic slowdown, is now at its “lowest in seven years.”
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